Mapillary for iOS lets you capture, upload and explore images with your mobile phone, get an overview of your profile and Mapillary activities, and browse the Mapillary Marketplace.
To use the Mapillary app on your iOS device, you need to have iOS 11.0 or later and your device needs to be at least iPhone 5s.
You can also connect to external cameras like action cameras or 360° cameras (also several at a time). That way you can easily control capturing with these devices right from your mobile phone, and the app will also facilitate the process of geotagging and uploading the images.
When you first open the app, you are required to sign into your Mapillary account. You will need an internet connection for that.
If you don't have a Mapillary account, please create one. You can use your existing Facebook, Google, or OpenStreetMap (OSM) account to create an account on Mapillary, or sign up via email. Regardless of method, you need to choose a username for Mapillary and provide an email address to be used for communications (this email will not be visible to anyone publicly).
When you’re signed in, you can access a number of screens. The first thing you'll see is the Explore screen which lets you search for places and explore all the images that people have contributed to Mapillary.
On the Marketplace screen, you can browse and join different imagery capture and data verification projects that organizations on Mapillary have set up. The Camera screen lets you capture your own images, which you can then review and upload in the Upload screen.
Last, the Profile screen will display your Mapillary profile together with everything you have uploaded. You can also see a feed of your Mapillary activities. Via the cogwheel icon on this screen, you can also access a number of settings regarding capture, external cameras, your account, and email and push notifications. You can also log out here.