The World by National Geographic - Exclusively designed to leverage features and functionality for the iPad, The World by National Geographic provides one-touch access to locations worldwide. This multi-dimensional application takes National Geographic's award-winning cartography to a new level! Grab hold of the ultra-interactive globe and spin, rotate, zoom, and select to begin your exploration then tell friends about your favorite world views through the app's share features. Navigate entire atlases, hundreds of National Geographic photographs and archives of Country-based data anywhere, anytime with a touch of a finger.
· 3D spinning globe that allows for multi-touch and multi-directional manipulation of worldwide and regional views
· Hundreds of photographs in featured galleries from National Geographic and My Shot Community photographers
· Hierarchical geography navigation structure based on actual National Geographic products and atlases
· High resolution map layers that allow for detailed zooming
· Accurate and interactive views of the polar regions (a first for a globe of this kind)
· Gallery views of Flags, Photos, Atlas Maps, and more
· Sharing of your favorite map views via email, Facebook, Twitter
What's New in This Release:
· Improved memory performance of app which reduces crashing situations
· Improved Facebook and Twitter sharing functionality
· Added Tweet message text field when sharing map snapshots to Twitter
· Added 5 ocean floor maps and labels
· Added a "Go To Nation" button to photos
· Many additional stylistic tweaks and bug fixes
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Supported operating systems:
Apple iOS 4.2.x (iPad), Apple iOS 4.3.x (iPad), Apple iOS 5.0 (iPad), Apple iOS 6.0 (iPad), Apple iOS 7.0 (iPad), Apple iOS 8.x (iPad), Apple iOS 9.x (iPad)
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