My Altitude

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My Altitude

Dayana Networks Ltd,


Store Category Version Last Update Avg. ratings
Apple Navigation 2.5.3 September 28, 2017 4.24

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75%
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Versions
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Version 2.5.0 released on July 25, 2017
- Fixed a bug causing in-app purchase to crash in some cases. - Fixed a bug causing app to crash when taking a picture

Version 2.5.1 released on August 07, 2017
- Added a today widget

Version 2.5.3 released on September 28, 2017
- Improved compatibility with iOS 11

Version 2.4.1 released on March 03, 2015
- Barometric Pressure is now based on built-in sensor of iPhone 6/6+ for more accuracy. - Fixed a minor bug in accessing location service.

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App Description

My Altitude uses GPS signals to determine your current location, altitude (height from sea level) barometric pressure and water boiling point. This application does not need an internet connection and works best in outdoors. By default, it uses device sensor to determine the altitude, but you also have the option to use NOAA data files to get the altitude of your location. On newer devices, using device sensor is more accurate. It also allows you to get a picture of where you are and save it in photo album. Picture will be sealed with coordinates of current location along with altitude and local date/time. Barometric Pressure is calculated based on elevation. On newer devices such as iPhone 6/6+ value is being delivered directly from device built-in barometric sensor. Enjoy.

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My Altitude Ranking History | Navigation

My Altitude daily app ranking in Navigation category for the last 30 days.

My Altitude Worldwide Rankings | Navigation

My Altitude rankings per country in Navigation category.

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