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Compass App Navigates Without Maps Or Directions

Compass App Navigates Without Maps Or Directions
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Crowsflight simply points the user to the right direction of their destination and lets them find their own way.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 17 july 2013

Created by art and design studio CW&T, Crowsflight is a GPS app that simply points to the right direction and doesn’t provide any other instructions nor does it show any maps that the user can follow.

Crowsflight brings together the traditional compass and the GPS to give a unique navigation experience. Users can simply follow the pointer to the direction of their destination.

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The app relies only on GPS and users can search for locations on the go using data connection or download locations first before going out. Users can save locations by dropping markers on their locations. They can then see all their saved locations by selecting the map view feature. Users can share locations via email and can also back up locations through iTunes file sharing.

The app was designed to be the ‘friendly finger pointing in the right direction’ and does away with directions and maps. It’s like asking for directions from a stranger on the street.

The app can be downloaded for free on iTunes.

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