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Cool educational app, but takes up too much storage
Here's what I think of the app: (1) People keep saying Puerto Rico (which is a province of the U.S.A.) got left out. It didn't! It's to the east of Cuba! (2) The country Myanmar is written as Burma, the old name, and Rangoon, the capital, is supposedly Naypyidaw. (3) Finally an atlas that actually lists Kosovo as a country! It's not part of Serbia anymore! (4) I am 90% sure that Greenland belongs to Denmark. (5) There could have been a little more info on the countries themselves. But I did learn a lot. (6) I had to delete like 10 apps to download this. Takes up way to much space!
Take it away! on Jul 9, 2013 for Barefoot World Atlas
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Waste of phone memory
I got this app thinking it would tell about attractions not to be missed on a particular trip, wrong. It's a globe with pictures, that's it. It may be a great teaching tool. As far as being useful on a trip, worthless.
Dwahk on Jul 9, 2013 for Barefoot World Atlas
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Puerto Rico
It's not a country, it's a territory.
Flu209 on Jul 9, 2013 for Barefoot World Atlas
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Useless
Countries are in the wrong regions.
mariossavva on Jul 9, 2013 for Barefoot World Atlas
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Needs more info
Fun, but it needs to have more info. Has the potential to be amazing.
Dr. Sara B. on Jul 9, 2013 for Barefoot World Atlas
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Not Accurate and slim on content
Developer, Please go Google 'Europe'. It spreads all the way to Ural mountains. When you are calling Russia an Asia and include Baltic region in there, you have probably just offended half a billion people.
Fliginshhhtein on Jul 9, 2013 for Barefoot World Atlas
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