Traversed allows you to visualize all of the places you've visited based on your photo library! No manual entry is needed, we simply scan your photo library and show you the results.
See all of the countries, cities, and states you visited with ease. The app provides a detailed travel dashboard that allows you to visualize your travel stats using lists, maps, and charts. You can even add these stats to your home screen with our new iOS 14 widgets!
See your travel history for any year or month using the travel timeline. In addition to stats, the app allows you to explore the photos you captured along the way for each location visited.
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Pleasant surprise. Works as advertised and fast even with my large collection.
Wow! I did NOT expect this. Not with my 7532 photos taken in 46 USA cities and 6042 photos taken in (coincidentally) 46 European cities (Germany, Italy, and Spain) It performs exactly as advertised. And it did it’s magic quickly, in perhaps 20 seconds or so: iPhone 7+/256GB; All photos 12Mb.
Revealed a secret!
I'm surprised by how many times I've used camera apps without location data on. I rarely change the meta data so it's probably that. It seems to miss a lot of small mountain towns, anything under 5000 or so. This happens across states, not just one and I'm certain the location data was available.
One set of photos astounds me. My dear departed dog was Alaskan Malamute x German Shepherd Dog; Northern breeds like to get out, take walks and runs, explore, find friends to join them. It looks like she managed to get to Spain and get someone to take photos of her in Castelló de la Plana with my old phone. No idea how she did it without me noticing (we live in the US) and I didn't find her passport when I was going through her things after she died. Who, other than an Alaskan Malamute goes to Spain for a few hours?
It's really worthwhile if only to find out what your dog might be up to.
This is awful!!! Not accurate!!!
I just scanned the photos in my library and this app said I traveled to a country named DX. The 3 photos I supposedly took their were 2 from where I live in FL and the 3rd is my younger brother’s 2nd or 3rd grade school picture of just him. That was taken in Waukegan, IL.
Then the app said I took 7 pictures in Gardegan-et-Tourditate (spelling might be off), France. The 7 pictures I took in Excelsior, MN, of my nieces’ and nephew’s closet wall (white) where when they were little there parents measured how tall they were, showed their names, how tall they were in inches, a line for every time they were measured and the calculations of how much they grew from the last time they were measured. How in the world did they ever come up with those pictures being taken in France.
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- 24.3 MB
Requires iOS 13.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.