PeakFinder AR

PeakFinder AR

By Fabio Soldati

  • Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2010-03-12
  • Current Version: 3.4.4
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 39.05 MB
  • Developer: Fabio Soldati
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 375 Ratings


The mountains are calling! Explore more mountains than any mountaineer! PeakFinder Earth makes it possible… and shows the names of all mountains and peaks with a 360° panorama display. This functions completely offline - and worldwide! PeakFinder knows more than 350'000 peaks - from Mount Everest to the little hill around the corner. ••••••••• Winner of several prizes like 'Best of AppStore', 'App of the Week', … Highly recommended by,,,,,, … ••••••••• ••• Features ••• - Works offline and worldwide - Includes more than 350'000 peak names - Overlays the camera image with the panorama drawing - Realtime rendering of the surrounding landscapes in a range of 300km/200mil - Digital telescope to select less prominent peaks - 'Show me'-function for visible peaks - Selection of the viewpoint by GPS, the peak directory or an (online) map - Can fly like a bird from peak to peak and vertically upwards - Shows the solar and lunar orbit with rise and set times - Uses compass and motion sensors - Weekly updates of the peak directory ••• Ratings ••• Every good rating (including those following updates) makes me happy. The positive ratings and reviews make it possible for me to continue to improve the app for you. Many thanks! ••• Support ••• In case of questions, problems, mistakes, missing mountain names and ideas for future expansion, I am happy to help you. Please write to



  • Stuck on downloading maps, broken

    By Sfbkk
    The app is not working for me on iphone x, please help
  • Best 5 dollars you’ve ever spent!!

    By Minigore champion
    If you have ever gone hiking once in your life you’ve looked at a mountain and wondered it’s name and elevation. Solution solved works impeccably all over the world.
  • Not user friendly

    By Rolvail
    Several of us tried to get this all to work on prominent peaks near Vail, all unsuccessfully on my Iphone6
  • A wonderful app for hikers

    By Hike Buddie
    I absolutely love this app and whenever I show another hiker the magic of this app they also want to purchase this app. I have used this app in the northeast and west coast and each time I get great results. I enjoy the photo feature as well. Finally, I know each of the mountains I am looking at in the distance. Kudos to the app developers.
  • best app on my phone

    By joeywothree
    that is , its unique so i only have one app for finding peaks, and i use it a lot
  • Not what I had hoped for

    By Colo Hiker
    Disappointed that the app only names prominent peaks. I live in Colorado and we have thousands of peaks, very few are named in the app. Frustrating to be looking at a beautiful peak with no idea what the name is - that’s why I purchased the app. Look for something else.
  • Poor

    By Richy190190174
    If you are more advanced, this is a poor app. It has smaller mountains (or hills) near cities but three tallest peaks in national forests it does not have? How could the app not have the second tallest peak in the Oregon coastal range?
  • Error during download

    By jparteso
    Unable to use app. Preliminary download of info led to error message every time. Waste of money.
  • Must have if you do any hiking

    By garritron
    Loving the new AR and capture features. I’ve had this app for a while and use it all the time. It’s a real crowd pleaser with friends!
  • Not very user friendly

    By Shoffman951
    My friend bought a peak finder app for her Droid based smart phone and I was so impressed with it that I had to get one for my iPhone. Sadly the one she has is not made for the iOS software. So I got this one. Two major flaws I’ve noticed: -It’s often inaccurate and you have to line it up manually. This requires you to match up their line drawing with the mountain range you are trying to place. This can be a little ambiguous and has left me feeling less than confident in knowing for certain which peak is which. -Second major flaw, you can’t just snap a photo of the peaks and their names, you have to do a screen shot. That requires pushing the power button and home button simultaneously. Doing that requires two hands and readjusting one’s position. I can’t simply pull my phone out quickly, point and shoot. I have to stop, make sure I have two hands available and then do a screen shot, which is a bit trickier for me to pull off while trying to hold the phone up and hold it steady. My excitement for this app disappeared quickly after purchase. I’d actually like to return it if that was a possibility.