DS Altimeter

DS Altimeter


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DS Altimeter is an animated real-time elevation meter. Supported devices will also be able to show barometric data. Configuration options allow you to choose your source for elevation data including GPS Satellite based altitude or location based elevation from the United States Geologic Survey and Mapquest. USGS data is available only for customers in the contiguous United States, Canada and Mexico.

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Recently changed in this version

v.2.04. Updated code libraries.
v.2.03. This update is required in order to get altitude values from the United States Geologic Survey. For contiguous USA and Americas only.
v.1.50. Pressure Altitude for compatible devices
v.1.21. This update is required in order to get Land Survey Data outside the Americas for both the Altimeter and the maps using the Mapquest Elevation Service.
v.1.13. Added Maps. Get elevation values from map. Includes ocean depth values.

Comments and ratings for DS Altimeter
  • (64 stars)

    by lzy cook on 31/05/2015

    Waited and waited, nothing....... but it sure was fast at spamming ads. Uninstalled and i'll avoid this company for now on.

  • (64 stars)

    by Keith Harrison on 30/05/2015

    Fairly accurate when using USGS setting. About 100' off if using satellite.

  • (64 stars)

    by chuck wilson on 30/05/2015

    Works good.

  • (64 stars)

    by Kevin Clancy on 30/05/2015

    Very good

  • (64 stars)

    by Bob Smith on 29/05/2015

    Very helpful real estate agent application : particularly for rural property...

  • (64 stars)

    by John G on 28/05/2015

    Works great

  • (64 stars)

    by Paul Miller on 28/05/2015

    Fun little app to see the altitude of the places you visit; home, work, the top of the hill you just climbed. Looking forward to using in San Francisco and Colorado

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