The visual splendor is somewhat spoilt by the dark tones, and levels are too slow-paced and repetitive to really grip you.
by on November 9, 2012
This Geoblogging app tags the location of your photos when on the go, then creates a unique ‘spike’ that can then be shared to Facebook, Twitter or Tumblr.
You can peruse through shots taken nearby you, or upload your own snaps. Which is all well and good, providing you have network coverage. Without it, your location isn’t registered until you wander back into the safety of signal.
That’s rather annoying, as we like taking snaps of serenity when getting away from the bustle of metropolises.
Download this app: Geospike for iPhone
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