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.
What's new in version 2.7.0
- Improved compatibility with iOS14
Version 2.6.9November 5, 2019
- Support for iOS 13
Version 2.6.8February 7, 2019
- Added a new section to show altitude of any location on world map
Version 2.6.7January 9, 2019
- Fixed a bug causing app to crash in some regions.
Version 2.6.6January 8, 2019
- Fixed a problem causing weather to not show properly.
Version 2.6.5October 24, 2018
- Fixed a few minor bugs and improved compatibility with iOS 12
- Added an option to change background color of the app
Version 2.6.4October 19, 2018
- Watch App: Improve compatibility with Watch OS 5 and new watch faces.
- Watch App: Metric/Imperial settings are now synchronized with paired iPhone
Version 2.6.3October 6, 2018
- Improved compatibility with iPhone XS and XR
Version 2.6.2July 31, 2018
- Fixed a few minor bugs
Version 2.6.1June 21, 2018
- Improved compatibility and stability.
Version 2.6.0January 18, 2018
- Fixed a problem causing Watch app to stay in foreground forever.
Version 2.5.9January 14, 2018
- Added support of independent altitude detection on Watch App
- Added option to show Degree based location in Photo
- Added support of saving photo to custom album in Photo Library.
Version 2.5.7November 7, 2017
- Added weather
- Improved photo capture
- Improved support for iPhone X
Version 2.5.6October 23, 2017
- Added a new iMessage Extension
Version 2.5.5October 19, 2017
- Fixed a bug causing in-app purchase to not apply permanently
Version 2.5.4October 5, 2017
- Fixed a problem causing icons to not load properly on iOS 10.3.3 and lower
Version 2.5.3September 28, 2017
- Improved compatibility with iOS 11
Version 2.5.1August 7, 2017
- Added a today widget
Version 2.5.0July 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 2.4.8July 24, 2017
- Fixed a few minor bugs.
- Better compatibility with newer devices
Version 2.4.6January 7, 2016
- Added ability to save altitude and have a list of all saved locations across all devices that connected to iCloud
- Support of iPad Pro screen and snap in
Version 2.4.3July 7, 2015
- Apple Watch is now supported
Version 2.4.1March 3, 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.
Version 2.3January 24, 2015
- Added an option in settings menu to switch between Metric and Imperial, you can also do the switch by tapping on elevation.
Version 2.2December 15, 2014
- Support native screen of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus
- User interface improvement