Map Snapshot lets you create big map images easily!
***** FEATURES *****
+ Create high resolution map images in JPEG or PNG.
+ Up to 100 times the resolution of the screen.
+ Option to hide icons for points of interest.
+ Search for locations.
+ 3 map types - standard, hybrid, satellite.
+ Based on native MapKit. Fast and beautiful.
***** EASY TO USE *****
Step 1. Resize the window and decide an area on the map.
Step 2. Adjust the image resolution, and download a preview to check whether the zoom level is perfect.
Step 3. Save the big map image to your disk.
***** WHAT USERS SAY *****
"I often need to create large map images as part of my work. Until now I’ve had to do this by grabbing a couple of dozen screenshots as I panned around a map, and then assembling them into a single large image in Photoshop. Map Snaphsot does the same thing in just a couple of clicks. If you need big map images, then you need this app."
"It does in fact export at very high resolution so I no longer need to buy the Pro version of Google Earth to get full resolution maps!"
***** NOTE *****
OS X 10.10 or later required.
Ratings and Reviews
Not worth the cheap price
Apple: please remove this from the app store. It hasn’t been updated in more than 3 years and it just doesn’t work well anymore. If it isn’t crashing, it’s producing worthless, glitchy maps 3/4 of the time. On the rare occasions that it does work it isn’t bad!
Old satellite images
Snapshot presents you with an old road map with very few secondary roads, a several year out-of-date satellite image, or a combination. It does what it says it will do: you zoom into your area of interest, set your resolution, and it takes your fuzzy screen image and saves it as a very high resolution detailed file. This does not happen in an instant. Too bad you cannot draw or add anything to their image before saving the hi-res file.
The old satellite images and no way to add to the map beforehand makes it not real useful to me. But the latest Google Earth satellite images are copyrighted….
Satellite images broken up
Chosing a familiar area along the northshore of Lake Huron, I saved satellite images at several high resolutions, and all the images were broken into mismatched squares—the results were useless.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.