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Draws detailed 360° views and names all visible mountains and mountain ranges from any point on Earth in northern hemisphere below latitude 60N (Helsinki, Finland).

Our database contains 340 000 named mountain peaks and mountain ranges. The application adjusts the number of named features to the screen size of your phone. For devices with large display, naming all visible mountains is in some cases overwhelming for the user. That is why we have created a 'label density' option, which allows the user to see only the most important features.

You will be able to send your 360° panoramas to others using the 'Send' feature.

To minimize the amount of data sent between your device and the server, all vistas are created on the server and the data is sent in a compressed form.

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