A new iOS app called Explorest wants to help photographers find new locations to shoot. The company behind Explorest describes the app as a database of photo locations, ones submitted by local photographers who get a cut of the in-app purchase revenue in exchange for their contributions. Users are presented with those locations, as well as related information like weather in the region, notable times to shoot and field tips about the location.

According to the app's iTunes listing, users are given exact GPS coordinates for the locations, ones precise enough to designate 'where the photographer stood' when they took their own images of the location. The app also gives users instructions on getting to the spot, tips for shooting in that particular location, the best times to visit the area, the precise times sunrise, sunset and more take place, plus the option to save this data for offline use.

Finally, Explorest keeps track of the locations you've already visited and places you want to visit, and likewise presents a Google Maps look at the areas within the app.

Explorest is limited to only locations within Singapore for now, but plans to expand to encompass other regions in the near future. You can grab the app for free until July 31, at which point it will revert to a $5 price tag. Check it out for yourself here.