Fotopedia has already updated 7 of its popular iPad apps for Retina Display and now another title is getting the same treatment – Fotopedia National Parks. It’s only obvious the company behind popular photo apps decided to wait for the Earth Day and National Parks Week to take this step and when you think about it – it makes perfect sense.
If you’ve missed our previous post on this particular Fotopedia app, you should know it brings awesome photos from all 58 US National Parks, including Yosemite, Yellowstone, the Grand Canyon and Glacier National Park. There are more than 3,000 images to explore, all created by renowned photographer Quang-Tuan Luong, who captured them during 10 years. As part of the “job,” he traveled over 100,000 miles, by car, aircraft of all sizes, ferry, motor boat, kayak, even venturing underwater, and climbing to the summit of Mount McKinley.
Feature wise, the National Parks app offers navigation with smart tags, interactive maps, slideshows, Trip Planner and Itinerary Builder, ability to add photos to favorites and create your own albums, and sharing via email and Facebook/Twitter…
Again it’s a free app and you can get it from a link below.
Fotopedia National Parks (FREE) [iTunes link]