Liveuamap 17+

Altwork LLC

Designed for iPad

    • 2.9 • 156 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Liveuamap app delivers breaking news for World on maps, especially for Venezuela crisis, Ukraine, Israeli-Palestinian conflict in Gaza, Middle East, Russia, United Kingdom, Iran, Hezbollah, Syrian civil war map, Iraq news, Spain, Refugees, migrants crisis in Europe, protests in Venezuela map, United States politics and protests, Russian ties, provides wildfires map in California, War on ISIS and other terror groups, North America, China and Russia. News on the map. Explore a feed and map of news, pictures, and videos on your phone.

Features: map tools, notifications, regions search, additional markers

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• Monthly-renewed subscription that removes advertising from application and enable additional features for maps
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What’s New

Version 2.82

Fixes and improvement
- Juan Guaido and Humanitarian aid crisis in Venezuela on the map

Ratings and Reviews

2.9 out of 5
156 Ratings

156 Ratings

Eric Axton ,

Good Information, Bad App

The information provided is good/up to date with what is going on. I liked the different tags/labels.

However, the app is pretty buggy and not user friendly. It often freezes, forcing me to close the app in order for it to work again. It is also very slow sometimes. The ad at the bottom covers a button, so I cannot see what it says nor click on it. If these issues were fixed, I would gladly give it a five star review.

Gnarlax ,

One of the worst functioning apps Ive ever used.

As the title says, this app in its current state is HORRIBLE. Constantly gets stuck when pinching to zoom so that if you try to move the map it just zooms in and out even without continuing to pinch. The news feed is constantly behind whats on the website, sometimes taking up to 12 hours to update. The ads are absolutely intrusive but thats to be expected these days and trying to manually refresh the news feed never works. I have to close the app completely and restart it to get the news feed to update. I really wish this app worked because I enjoy the flow of information provided as well as the interactive map. One of my favorite websites to check for information on conflicts in the world but the app deserves 0 stars. Maybe if they spent more time working on functionality and QA testing their own app instead of trying to get you to toss 3 bucks their way to get rid of ads the app would actually be functional.

Nnarn ,

Pretty Good App - Some bugs and some ads

The app is good for the most part, but there are some map bugs. For example, sometimes you get stuck on a zoomed in portion. Reloading the app fixes it fine, though. Recent updates have really improved the map. Before, I could only see Russian advance, but now I can see Ukrainian counteroffensive too. The only other problem is ads. They are a bit annoying. You just have to wait them out. There come around often but not often enough to be a nuisance. I would have preferred border ads. Kills the aesthetic, but much less annoying. The Wikipedia approach of asking for donations would be ideal but, given the small user base, that may be impossible. Overall, still would recommend.

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