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Great app
My entire family is enjoying the application!!!! I love it so far!
MzLadyDark on Jul 9, 2013 for Barefoot World Atlas
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Nice app
Very nice for Social Studies teachers or kids. Please put Puerto Rico information in the map!!! Flag, music, traditions too)
Sari_pr on Jul 9, 2013 for Barefoot World Atlas
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Very Amusing App!😄
I love that I can now explore our planet earth and learn new interesting facts about many countries! Beautifully done!
Adilene G. on Jul 9, 2013 for Barefoot World Atlas
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Question the accuracy
Some mildly interesting facts but a lot of storage for something that could just as easily be looked up in Wikipedia. More concerning are the locations of some the icons that share info but are not in the geographic location they describe. Example the duram wheat of the Dakotas is shown in Missouri and the cherries of Michigan are shown in Illinois. No confidence in the accuracy of location and information given these obvious errors. Will be deleting it after this review is submitted.
Joeyph on Jul 9, 2013 for Barefoot World Atlas
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Tried and failed twice to load up
My iPad tried to load up the app, but it took too long. I went through retry twice and still it didn't load. I'm done trying
Redlou1 on Jul 9, 2013 for Barefoot World Atlas
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Clumsy, mildly informative, and large
Like the title says. The interface is clumsy, the icons are not very clear and you've got me as to what the difference between region and area are. They select the same thing and give the same information. By mildly informative, I mean what you see is it. Is not like you can select an area and learn the Capitol city, statistics and history, or things to do in that area. For example, if you click Washington all you get is a blurb about totem poles. Cool, but the entire northwest is not a reservation. It would be so much more worth it if it showed key cities (with info on each and things to do within them), washingtons history, statistics on things such as population, elevation, average income, average weather, hottest months, coldest months, ethnicity percentages, etc. People use atlases to learn about areas. I know what a kangaroo is and I know that it's in Australia. Google can tell me all I need to know about it. What makes you better than google, Barefoot? And large? The program is bloated as heck, concerning size. Over a gig for what? It's intuitive that you can turn the globe and click, but I really don't see what all the hype is about. This concept is old, and done way better by google. As a whole this app is barely 1 star. It's not terribly informative, nor is it graphically stunning. The engine to run it must be old, because I don't see where a gig of space went. Certainly not on educational information.
Habanero84 on Jul 9, 2013 for Barefoot World Atlas
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