Use Windows 8, 10 App Compass+ to See Cardinal Directions on Your Tablet

By: Radu Tyrsina
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Technology is making huge progresses with every year and Window 8 tablets are right in the middle. Your Windows 8 slate can do so many things, and yes, if you were wondering, there are even Windows 8 compass apps that you can use to see cardinal directions.
windows 8 compass app
Compass+ isn’t the single compass app available for Windows 8 users, but it’s the one that I like the most and have tested it both on my Windows 8.1 tablet and my desktop laptop and can vouch for its usability. Of course, if you will use it on a Windows 8 laptop or any device that doesn’t have the magnetic sensor built-in, it will only tell you the location. If you’re interested, you can also check out some GPS apps to be used on your Windows 8 tablet, as well.

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Compass+ for Windows 8 is a great navigation tool

Turn your Windows 8 device into a compass. Great for outdoor navigation and geocaching. Hardware compass only!

The app is really, really easy to use and there aren’t too many features, just as you would expect from a basic utensil like the compass. By using the Compass+ app on your Windows 8 tablet, you will be able to enjoy outdoor navigation and geocaching activities. We will soon a review a geocaching app for Windows 8, so stay tuned. Compass+ has a reference angle and it shows your position from satellite, and also comes with the option of sharing your location. As you will change your location and you will keep your Windows 8 tablet, the compass will change and will indicate the cardinal directions – North, South, East and West.

Download Compass+ app for Windows 8

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