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  • #: 218882
  • Price: $0.99 In Apple Store
  • Category: Navigation
  • Updated: 2009-10-07
  • Current Version: 1.1
  • 1.1
  • Size: 0.20 MB
  • Language: English
  • Seller: Timothy Sears
  • Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.1 or later
  • © 2009 Timothy Sears
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* Robotvision now supports

* Twitter Geolocation!


* Not only was it the first to include

* Twitter AR on the iPhone, but now

* Robotvision is the first to use

* Twitter's new GeoLocation API in

* augmented reality. Now, you can

* view tons of geo-tagged tweets as

* more and more people start geotagging!


Robotvision featured in:

-Apple New and Noteworthy (week of 10/20)




-Associated Press





-many more!

Robotvision augmented reality browser is an exciting new way to explore the world around you. Using the accelerometer and compass technology of the iPhone 3GS, along with new camera capabilities of the 3.1 OS update, you can discover content and locations around you like never before. People say it's like magic!

Search for nearby locations, restaurants, points of interest you name it! All using the power of Bing local search. Discover photographs taken and geo-tagged by Flickr users in the area. Find and engage with people on Twitter in your area and explore points of interest on Wikipedia - all just by looking around like you normally would!

Since Robotvision is powered by Bing, you get reviews from Yelp and Citysearch all in one place!

ReadWriteWeb says Robotvision "looks like it could be a good one, " and that "local Tweets and Flickr photos bring more richness to the places you're looking at."

Gizmodo says Robotvision "lets you use Bing local search like a bada."

TechCrunch says Robotvision "has some nice extra features."

IntoMobile calls Robotvision "one of the coolest new augmented reality apps for iPhone."

What others are saying:

* "...looks amazing."

* "...something really awesome."

* "...can't wait, straight out of iRobot!"

* "...now I really need an iPhone 3GS!"


* Type in anything you want to find with Open-ended Search

* Get a top-down view from Google Maps by looking down

* Quickly select from popular location categories like Coffee Shops and Tourist Attractions

* Discover rich, social content like Flickr, Twitter and Wikipedia, with more on the way!

* Easily jump to more info on Bing like restaurant reviews, call a location or get driving directions

* Touch to select and navigate through items around you

* Set your range with an Adjustable Radius

Updates to Robotvision will always be free. Expect more exciting content to enrich the world around you coming soon!

Check out the demo video at http://www.robotvision-ar.com!

Robotvision is only available for the iPhone 3GS.

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Rated 1/5 based on 3 customer reviews.


2/5 stars

Only for iPhone 3Gs!!

In the Requirements section of the description, it tells you that you need the new operating system (which I have) but does not tell you that you need a 3Gs phone. I don't always read the entire description before purchasing and I assume requirements are given in the requirements section. I wrote to them to tell them it didn't work on my phone and they said "well, first do you have a 3Gs? It requires that." I wrote back and said no, I didn't and it didn't state that in the requirements section. No response.

0/5 stars

Too Blurry

Can't really see what is behind the walls. Signs are in the way. Too much information, not enough space. Confusing. Fix please and I'll bump my review up to two stars.

2/5 stars

Robotvision needs better data

Nice Idea but needs work. I do not like the Bing points of interest, they are just advertisements. Flickr pictures seem to lack correct georeferencing. I know I have georeferenced pictures in the area and it does not show up. I know some of the flickr locations are entered incorrectly by the posters, but there have to be several thousand pictures in a 5 mile radius of a location I frequent and I get 25 pictutes listed. I do not like having to hold up the phone to scan around me for a point of interest it is annnoying. I like the way it goes to a map when lying horizontal, but it is cumbersome to locate it by looking through the camera.


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