Whether you are taking a trip to your local museum or a trip around the world, there will be moments that you’ll want to remember. Trip Pages from Studeo410 lets you capture that moment with a picture, a note and relevant location information.

The first thing I noticed about Trip Pages is its pleasing, yet technical looking interface. The app launches with a screen that shows a compass with your heading, GPS co-ordinates, speed and weather. It even displays your elevation based on your GPS location.

At the bottom of the screen, there’s buttons to display your location on a map, take a picture, and view your library of saved locations, which the app calls “pages.” Each page stores your GPS co-ordinates, along with a picture and a note that describes the event you want to save. It also records the date and time.

You can organize your pages into folders and upload them to Dropbox for long-term storage or share them with friends and family via email, Twitter or Facebook. You can also view the saved locations on a map and see how it compares to your current location.

Trip Pages is a wonderful app for travelers, wanderers and anyone else who wants to mark and remember their location. I don’t travel much, but I plan to use Trip Pages to help mark trees and landmarks in our woods where I setup my trail cams. I should be able to retrieve the stored camera locations and find them pretty quickly. I also see myself using it when I encounter a new trailhead, fishing pond or local pizza joint that I want to remember.

Trip Pages is available for $1.99 from the iOS App Store. The compass part of the app works with iOS devices that have an magnetometer which includes the iPhone 3GS/4/4S. The compass will not work with the iPod Touch, the original iPhone and the iPhone 3G. Also, some of the features like weather require an active Internet connection.

Daily iPhone App: Trip Pages lets you save and share memorable places originally appeared on TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Fri, 06 Apr 2012 17:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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