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RouteMyPhotos

RouteMyPhotos enables you to recreate a journey you took using the photos you took on that journey

RouteMyPhotos enables you to recreate a journey you took using the photos you took on that journey

RouteMyPhotos

by John Kearon
RouteMyPhotos
RouteMyPhotos
RouteMyPhotos

What is it about?

RouteMyPhotos enables you to recreate a journey you took using the photos you took on that journey.

RouteMyPhotos

App Details

Version
1.7
Rating
NA
Size
1Mb
Genre
Navigation Photo & Video
Last updated
March 18, 2017
Release date
December 21, 2015
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App Store Description

RouteMyPhotos enables you to recreate a journey you took using the photos you took on that journey.

Interested in knowing where and how far you have traveled but do not want to waste battery power running your device’s GPS? Just take a photo at key points in your journey and RouteMyPhotos will plot on a map the location of those photos and create a path with distance traveled between those photos. You can then view a slideshow of the photos in your route by tapping the photo attached to a location.

Simply choose any photo album or moment, and all the photos in that selected album or moment will be plotted on a map in the order you took those photos. Then tap on the routing button to create a path connecting those photos with the distances between the photos being automatically calculated.

All that is required is that you have allowed your camera app to record your geolocation.

No internet connection is required to use this app,

Features:

▪ Plot all the photos in a photo album or moment on a map.
▪ Plot a path between these photos and calculate the distance traveled without using the internet.
▪ Lookup the address of a photo (this requires internet connection).
▪ Show the location of a photo in Apple or Google (if installed) maps. Use this feature to generate directions to the location of a photo.
▪ View a slideshow of any album or photo album.
▪ Export a KML file containing the photo locations than can be imported into Google Earth or Google Maps.