Crowsflight is a GPS compass that simply points. No instructions, no maps to orient, no lines to follow, just an arrow that points at the destination.
-bookmark your current position
-search for a destination by address or placename
-displays the distance in metric or imperial units
-shows progress (how much closer you are to your destination since you started)
-opens crowsflight:// url schemes (e.g. crowsflight://?hnear=Budapest,+Hungary&gl=us&ll=47.547799,19.03656)
-doubles as a regular compass (red arrow)
-input latitude and longitude manually (e.g. open search, type in 40.692099,-73.944325)
-works offline (search is the only function that requires an internet connection)
Drag this link to your your bookmarks bar >>> [Crowsflight]
Click on it when you’re in google maps to email yourself the center of the map to open up in crowsflight.
By combining location data (GPS) with the compass, Crowsflight provides mapless navigation in an intuitive, glance-at-it kind of way.
Check out Crowsflight in the app store for more screenshots.