What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse Introducing Map-It! for iOS

iOS iPhone iPad software Map-It!






TOKYO (MacHouse) – These days, I rarely develop iOS applications. That’s mostly because I don’t own an iPhone. I have two iPad minis, though. The last iOS application that I developed is OrganizeX Mobile, I believe. Well, I submitted the first iOS application of this year to App Store about an hour ago. This new iOS software release is called Map-It!.





iOS software Map-It!   iOS software Map-It!






As the name suggests, this application has something to do with MapKit – iOS & Mac OX framework for geographic location map. There is no question that Apple’s Maps is useful. Yet, there is no guarantee that it’s always functional. If you have a WiFi version of iPad, you cannot not use it without WiFi access. So what Map-It! does is to let you save the current map as a picture. And you can view a saved map as a picture with or without WiFi connection or phone signal.  





Available at App Store
App Store






Features

  1. Save as many as 6 maps as pictures. Tap a map picture to enlarge.
  2. Remove any of saved map pictures.
  3. Set your default geographic location in Settings.
  4. Languages: English and Japanese.
  5. Application file size: 1.1 MB.
  6. A complete user’s guide is available online. (Tap Help from the Home tab.)






System requirements

  1. iPhone 3.5 inch, iPhone 4 inch, iPhone 4.7 inch, iPhone 5.5 inch, iPad 2, iPad mini, iPad mini 2 or other iPad versions running iOS 7 or iOS 8






Limitations

  1. The user can store as many as 6 maps as pictures.






Version history

Nothing so far…






User’s guide

Application user’s guide is available (only in English). Click here to access it online.






Trial/Demo version

There is no trial version available.






Video tutorial

There is no video tutorial available at this time.






Map-It! is a product of MacHouse.
Apple and the Apple logo are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc.

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