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Stroly - Nagoya is a great app for iPhone users to enjoy the high definition historic map images.You can see your location on the historic maps.There will be upgrades of the app with more maps in the future.* The iPhone 3G is not supported, please do not update.[OVERVIEW]"Stroly" is the series of apps which features the display of the user's current location on any kinds of historical or illustrated maps."Stroly" means "to stroll around" in Japanese. Please enjoy strolling around with this app.Stroly fully supports Retina Display graphics.You can enjoy clear maps with an iPhone 4.Add mapsIn-App Purchase $0.99- Ancient map of Nagoya and Atsuta (18th century) Free- Map of Nagoya (late 18th century - early 19th century)List of maps- 1/20000 Toographic map around Nagoya (Publiced in 1893, Surveyed in 1891)- Map of Nagoya (1909)- Map of Greater Nagoya (1937)- Map of Nagoya (1944)- Map of Nagoya (1959, ALPS Mapping)- Detailed map of central Nagoya (1959, ALPS Mapping)- Map of suburban Nagoya (1959, ALPS Mapping)[App Features]The user's current location shows up on a variety of historical maps Indicated current location moves, which provides the users with the experience of strolling around in historical maps. By touching a landmark icon displayed on the map, the user could get information of historical sites around. Stroly - Nagoya has a variety of maps classified by the areas, users could enjoy regional historical maps.The historical maps can be switched to Internet Maps. NOTICE1. Stroly shows your location using GPS. Using Stroly on iPodTouch or iPad WiFi might not show accurate current position.2. We cannot guarantee 100% accuracy of the maps and locations becauseof the distortion of the original maps and the GPS accuracy. We wouldlike you to enjoy the original uncertainty of the historical maps.3. We have no intention of violating human rights by disclosing thehistorical maps.