Earthscape (iTunes link), the incredible iPhone application that brings Google-earth to the iPhone, just discounted its $10 pricetag to…free. For a “limited time.”
The app, which we first wrote about in May, puts a little globe in your pocket that you can spin around and zoom in to specific locations. It shows where you are based on your GPS coordinates, highlights locations with Wikipedia entries (and lets you read those entries as well) and flickr photos. Users can also take their own photos and add them to the application’s database. They are then optionally displayed to other users with the geotag information (see if you can find the TechCrunch image I uploaded to Atherton, California).
We wrote about the application again last month. It’s worth the $10, and so it’s definitely worth it for free.
See the demo video below for more information: