No info. 3/5
With this new update when you guide a tour and click on a hotspot there’s no more info on it like in the previous version.
There is a ton of potential here 4/5
I have begun to use this app in my high school science classroom to allow the students to explore concepts such as cells and and the nervous system. Many of the components of biological systems are difficult for students to visualize and sometimes diagrams don’t cut it.
This app provides a free way to supplement what the students are learning in class. But...
-Guiding an expedition can be difficult if the WIFI does not synch correctly. I wish there was an access key that students could type in (similar to Kahoot and Quizizz) so that they can join my Expedition that way.
-My class does not have VR headsets but they do have iPADs. This works fine as long as the selected Expedition has the option to view in full screen. BUT this app locks the user in and does not allow my students to split the screen so that they can type answers on a worksheet that is paired with the Expedition. If they exit out of the app to complete the worksheet, then the Expedition starts over from the beginning. (Yes, I know I can print the worksheet out for them but my school pushes us to be as paperless as possible).
I still recommend checking this out, as it is a great and innovative app that can help bring any subject to life for the students.
Never Played but I bet it’s good 5/5
By Nigh Cheney
It’s ok 2/5
Actually trash but good waste of time
Colored squares bug 1/5
By Mr.McBride HB
I have been trying to use this app with my students but when they try to view different areas all they can see are colored squares. They cannot see any of the areas we are trying to ‘explore’.
I love this idea, but... 3/5
I love the idea of using this in the classroom, however the guide feature is lacking. Most school WiFis are not all that great. Not to mention, they probably aren’t configured right to allow the connection (as is the case with our school). I wish this app had a coded entry like when using Kahoot in class. It would make it so much easier plus multiple people on the same WiFi could lead their own virtual field trips without issue
Amazing, feeds my soul 5/5
I love this app so much. You can get a 360 picture(s) of any place in the world, anytime. LOVE IT!
By vr user 360
It works great and the images are fantastic.
I’m rating it now 5/5
Even tho I’ve just downloaded it. My 93-year-old father recently lost his bride of 70 years, my mother. I am going to download this app and take him on a wonderful trip maybe to Paris sitting down of course. Stay tuned.
Thanks 🙏🏻 ❤️ 5/5
By Amir and alireza
Thank you Google for supported Persian Language .🙏🏻❤️
Its no good, COMPLETE GARBAGE
I’m in love 5/5
This takes a few moments to load first time but OMG! It allows one 360 views of so many things I would never get to see if not for this. So far I’ve been on the holiday tour of the White House and to The Great Wall of China today. Bravo.
I teach World History in high school. This app has immense potential.
Its cool for school.
Crashes on iPad 2 1/5
It crashes whenever we try to do or download any expedition.
Great opportunity for classrooms 5/5
Love this app and the concept behind it! Giving students the opportunity to explore places that they haven't in the past as well as potential universities that they may want to attend after high school!
Great... if my iPods didn't crash... 2/5
I'm a 5th grade teacher that was so excited to hear about this app coming to iOS. I stumbled across a classroom set of gen5 iPods, but the app constantly crashes on them. Managing 30 student iPods with an unreliable app during an expedition is no fun, let me tell you. Please Google, fix this!
Used in a class of mostly iPads with a few phones and Cardboard. Even without true VR the kids loved it and fully engaged.
Love this app! 5/5
So many wonderful ways to engage students with this app! I especially love the VR panoramas of Mars - such a great way to get students excited about science!