Perfect Mark


A week ago, I sent an update to the App Store review for my coordinate perfecting program, Perfect Mark. I had written about this program before – it is designed to postpone and save coordinate points. Additional options include sending deferred coordinates to email, opening Google Maps, and copying them to your phone’s memory. One of the most important features is that the points can be postponed with the so-called averaging method, which allows you to mark them more accurately. This can be useful, for example, when placing Geocaching hides, where the accuracy of the delayed points is important.

iPad 3G support
One of the reasons I got to improve this app is due to the iPad coming out. It is unlikely that anyone will want to use such an application on their iPad soon, but it may be useful in the future.

In any case, this is now a universal application that is valid for both iPhone 3G and iPad 3G. The fact that the program is universal also means that you only have to buy it once, but you will be able to use it on both devices.


iPad 3G support;
Ability to rename and rearrange saved points;
Several coordinate recording formats (DegDec, MinDec, DMS);
Graphic enhancements;