AIRCRAFT CARRIERS of the US NAVY is the perfect way to learn the history and view photos of all the US AIRCRAFT CARRIERS. Containing over 400 high quality photos, this project vividly brings to life the stories of these ships. Designed especially with the iPad in mind, you can zoom in on any of the hundreds of very high quality photos. This new iPad feature allows users to see hidden details in photos that no other medium offers. There are complete histories of every Aircraft Carrier, from the time it was commissioned to the time it was put in reserve or scrapped. The program includes specifications of each ship. You can save favorites and even e-mail or print any of the photos to share them with your friends.
AIRCRAFT CARRIERS of the US NAVY covers all the US AIRCRAFT CARRIERS from from CV-1 (USS Langley) to CVN-77 (USS George HW Bush). Whether you use AIRCRAFT CARRIERS of the US NAVY on you iPad or your iPhone/iPod , AIRCRAFT CARRIERS of the US NAVY is the best way to learn about US AIRCRAFT CARRIERS. AIRCRAFT CARRIERS of the US NAVY is the second of a series of apps on the US Navy MultiEducator released Over the course of the years free updates will be offered with more photos.
+ Optimized for iPhone X
+ New Photo of U.S.S. Gerald Ford
Ratings and Reviews
Some carriers dropped
You have dropped several arrives including oriskany. Pleases review.
Our aircraft carriers
Nice app; I liked it. The histories of our USN ships was, I feel, done quite well and except for the lack of color in pictues of years long past, what's not to like about the pictures?
One problem I saw is that there is a whole class of carriers (many ships) that are missing - the CVE's, also know as the Jeep Carriers that performed so admirably in WWII. I emailed the developer and the response was that the CVE's would "... probably be available within a month" (the second week of May 2012) - I can't wait!
Like their Battleships app, this app is a great idea that is poorly executed. There are numerous spelling errors, wrong pictures and many buttons are mislabeled. For example, under USS Essex, one of the pictures is of the Enterprise CV6. Lexington CV16's history button is labeled USS Monterey. There are literally dozens of errors like these, including run-ons in the menu, like USS EnterpriseCVN-65 (should be a space between "Enterprise" and "CVN-65"). Both this app and the Battleships app need extensive proofreading and should not rely on some automated system they may be using to pull data. Great "fun" potential, but sloppiness ruins it.
Update: I actually DOWNGRADED my review to ONE star. Of all the typos, mislabeled buttons and mistakes in this, they fix a grand total of 1 thing (ONE!?) in the new version - and its not actually fixed! The Saratoga still has the Ranger's history! "Wow" is all I can say and that's not in a good way. Easily a five star app reduced to a one star disappointment, all because of not even applying simple proofreading skills. If I were the developers, I would be embarrassed.
I will gladly update this review towards the positive (I don't like giving 1 star to apps) if the developer shows even the least bit of interest and pride in their own app. And the Battleship app could undergo a spell check too while you are at it.
Update 2: Things are a little better, but more work needs to be done. For example:
Saratoga CV60 still has Ranger CV61's history.
Harry S Truman is CVN75, not CVN73
One of the Essex'x CV9 pictures is of Enterprise CV6 (Builders Trial)
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.