Realms
Realms
4.2

4.8

Realms free download for Mac

Realms

4.2
09 September 2019

Learn the countries and capital cities of the world.

Overview

Realms is the easiest way to learn the countries and capital cities of the world.

Simply choose a map and click "Start Test" to begin a customizable quiz of the countries or cities of that continent.

Realms also includes maps that teach the provinces/states and cities of the United States, Canada, France, Italy, Germany, and Australia.

Designed specifically for the Mac, Realms features a modern interface, with support for dark mode, and takes advantages of your Mac's voice during testing. Tests can also be customized for your desired level of difficulty.

It's a great tool for students, travellers and anyone else wishing to achieve an impressive knowledge of our planet.

What's new in Realms

Version 4.2:

Note: This application contains in-app and/or external module purchases.

  • Dark mode support
  • Launched on the Mac App Store

Requirements for Realms

  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.13.0 or later

14 Realms Reviews

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Kedos
02 September 2008

Most helpful

I have a couple problems with this software. The main problem is the price. $25 is, I think, too much for this software for three reasons: its level of difficulty to create, its competition and its purpose. I'm no programmer, but this seems like a rather easy program to code. It may not have been the easiest project in the world, but $25/person seems like a bit much (especially when there are developers out there creating much more complicated freeware such as schoolhouse and adium, among thousands of others). There's nothing too special about this software; it doesn't allow you to play against friends or anything. That's fine though. It functions well. But that brings me to the software's competition. There's really nothing else like it, which leaves you no choice. Well, there is a choice and it's a free one: the internet? An atlas? It's not hard to quiz yourself. Granted, I think WOW does a better job of it. My main problem with the price is the software's purpose. I think education should be widely available and promoted. I hate having to pay for a tool that will help me learn. These kinds of tools just seem like something that we should all be willing to share to help each other. That being said, I still think it's a great software for learning country names and some cities, as long as you don't want to get too detailed.
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Version 3.8.1
Kedos
02 September 2008
I have a couple problems with this software. The main problem is the price. $25 is, I think, too much for this software for three reasons: its level of difficulty to create, its competition and its purpose. I'm no programmer, but this seems like a rather easy program to code. It may not have been the easiest project in the world, but $25/person seems like a bit much (especially when there are developers out there creating much more complicated freeware such as schoolhouse and adium, among thousands of others). There's nothing too special about this software; it doesn't allow you to play against friends or anything. That's fine though. It functions well. But that brings me to the software's competition. There's really nothing else like it, which leaves you no choice. Well, there is a choice and it's a free one: the internet? An atlas? It's not hard to quiz yourself. Granted, I think WOW does a better job of it. My main problem with the price is the software's purpose. I think education should be widely available and promoted. I hate having to pay for a tool that will help me learn. These kinds of tools just seem like something that we should all be willing to share to help each other. That being said, I still think it's a great software for learning country names and some cities, as long as you don't want to get too detailed.
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Version 3.8.1
Calle
25 January 2008
Would be nice to not have to enter the code every time I start the program..
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Version 3.8.1
2 answer(s)
Zac
Zac
25 January 2008
That's odd, you shouldn't have to. Send us an email and we'll find out what's happening.
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Version 3.8.1
Calle
Calle
25 January 2008
Got a quick reply and an even quicker fix (by email) from the developer(s?). Six stars for that kind of support!
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Version 3.8.1
Umijin
29 November 2006
Sorry, the Sea of Japan is the correct name - not East Sea. That's been the standard name on maps for years. Of course Koreans call it the Korean sea.
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Version 3.7.1
6 answer(s)
Izac
Izac
29 November 2006
I changed it because of a complaint from a Korean gentleman who felt that the "Sea of Japan" was culturally insensitive. "Korean Sea" would also be so, so East Sea seems relatively neutral.
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Version 3.7.1
Umijin
Umijin
30 November 2006
Sorry, but that's a poor reason to change it. How about this - I'm a WoW license holder, resident of Japan and equally offended you would ignore accepted convention to please a minority. This is political correctness where it is really unwarranted. How about neutral names for all countries or regions, because they offend people? For example, I can see people irriated that the Sea of Cortez is named for a Spaniard instead of the native people who knew that sea by their own name. Whatcha gonna do - call that one the "More East Sea"?
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Version 3.7.1
Izac
Izac
02 January 2007
Fair point. You can now choose your preferred name in the political preference pane.
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Version 3.7.2
Umijin
Umijin
03 January 2007
Thank you.
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Version 3.7.2
Yukiko
Yukiko
09 September 2007
Thank you iZac, for your sensitivity and consideration in this program. I considered East Sea a fair compromise.
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Version 3.8
Youngmin
Youngmin
24 January 2008
You're wrong, Umijin. No Korean calls it Korean Sea, that would sound stupid if I translate it in korean(Hankuk Hae?). Pick up any map published in Korea, you'll find it's written 'East Sea'. Geographically speaking it's also wrong, because the east is west for Japanese. The real reason for this unpolitically official name, which is 'Sea of Japan', is just simple; the power game. The day Korea overpower Japan, it'll be changed into East Sea. C'est claire?
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Version 3.8.1
Sunstars
19 July 2006
Great application, makes geography really fun. Noticed a few minor bugs though, like names aren't updated when you switch between countries in flag-mode. Otherwise great software.
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Version 3.6
Gew
07 February 2006
Should also be given to every UK citizen at birth. I recently saw a woman on the British game show The Weakest Link locate AMSTERDAM in DENMARK.
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Version 3.3
Anonymous
20 July 2005
My two cents would be that the US state flags should be included in the US test.
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Version 3.0
Anonymous
16 June 2005
great app, they should give it to every US citizen at birth, I actually talked to an american that thought the capital of the UK was France!
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Version 2.1
3 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
20 July 2005
maybe they meant the whining capitol. of europe. maybe.
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Version 3.0
Anonymous
Anonymous
28 September 2005
I second that idea! I met an american who thought Denmark is a part of Holland (Netherlands)!
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Version 3.0.4
Anonymous
Anonymous
21 October 2005
Gee. Maybe I should organise a bulk licensing deal with the Bush administration - might boost his ratings at least.
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Version 3.0.4
Anonymous
29 January 2005
Great App! It's so easy to learn my geography with this :)
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Version 1.3.1
Anonymous
29 December 2004
genuinely useful software made by a friendly guy. we needed something to take the place of our old torpedo software from the old 7.5 days and this does it well. he's working on some other good stuff too.
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Version 1.3
Anonymous
29 December 2004
I don't know what that other guy is talking about, but World of Where v1.3 is awesome! I'm using this software to prepare my kids for geography class in high school! They learn, and have fun in doing so with this software! Keep up the good work!
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Version 1.3
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