Appreciate and enjoy the beautiful artwork of MacDonald Gill in this faithful simulation of the Decorative Map of the Atlantic that can be found in the First Class Dining Room of the RMS Queen Mary.
The app can also be used as a clock displaying the actual time, as it would have been displayed on the map and set to relaxing period music which transitions between many different views enabling an appreciation of the artwork on the entire map.
Crystal ships (Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth) also gracefully glide across the Atlantic map on tracks that showed the ships location to dining guests during voyages.
Also included is information about the map and the RMS Queen Mary.
For those enthusiasts of the RMS Queen Mary or art deco artwork, this is a great way to appreciate the ship between visits at it's permanent home in Long Beach, California.
Improvement of the background image.
Initial volume reduced (volume can be set as desired by device volume controls)
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Cool but loud
I really like the visuals and that it works as a clock, but I haven't been able to have the app start with the sound off or using the particular view I had chosen the previous time I'd run it.
Developer Response ,
Thank-you for your positive feedback. If you click on the screen additional options come up, one is to turn off the music and another will allow you to select a particular view, as well as learn more about the background of the fantastic artwork. Not a bad idea to start with a fixed view as an option if previously selected, and we can look to add that to the next version, as well as a mute option based on last preference set. Thanks again.
Not compatible with IPhone x
App is not compatible with iPhone X or the operating system which is the latest from Apple. It literally crashed the phone and had to be deleted from the device after I managed to get the phone to restart.
Developer Response ,
Actually I have it on my own iPhone X, it runs great!!! -
An update is being submitted today, however without contact and knowing other variables it's impossible to know what issues you're having, or if it's related, especially given it tests great on an iPhone X.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.