Are you one of those individuals who consider the endeavor of building maps a tedious thing? Have you ever desired building the skyscraper in San Francisco? With the advent of the Cutetown San Francisco app map building has become a real cool thing. With it, you get the chance to create a building present in the city on a virtual map. The 3D models of the buildings look exactly like the real buildings present in the vicinity of the San Francisco. Here’s a review.
Cutetown San Francisco App Review
Once you start using Cutetown San Francisco, you will realize that its functionality clearly justifies the name of this app. To give users a true-to-life instance of how the map will look like, the app has a model of the Stanford University campus. The chosen buildings, once created through the app can be placed on the common map of the city. The map is designed in such a lucid fashion that it feels like child’s play. The app is free to download and use, but users are required to first create an account before taking advantage of its cool features. Plus, Cutetown San Francisco requires internet connection for using it effectively.
Users can also add features such as doors, balconies and windows to the different floors of the re-created building structure making the entire map building activity a fun-filled process.
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Cutetown San Francisco also provides the opportunity for users to connect with the old pals and collaborate with them through the maps created by each other. The replicas of the buildings created through this app do not require the user to possess any special knowledge in architecture. To aid new users in getting acquainted with the app, the app developer- Cutetown LTD has provided a tutorial with instructions to be followed for creating and recreating the buildings.
Let’s have a look at the configurations of this app. The Cutetown app has been recently updated to version 0.3, and needs 82.5 MB space. The app is solely only compatible with the English language and requires at least the iOS 5.0 for optimal use. The app is also compatible with the iPad.
The Cutetown San Franscisco is indeed adorable, but it’s a little slow when one zooms in and out through the app. The app is not fluid unlike other mapping apps. One downside to the app is that it is restricted to the vicinity of San Francisco; therefore users of the app who are not living in the region of San Francisco may not find much value in the app. Should the developers expand the horizon of the app to cover more significant regions of the country, the app is sure to become more popular.