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Several users left reviews for Scenic Map 1.3 which claimed that they had lost the 2D map view. I also prefer the 2D view in some situations and took great care to keep this feature when I added the 3D view in 1.3. You can tilt the map easily between ground level first person views, the 3D view and all the way up to the 2D top down view. Just use a two finger vertical swipe gesture. This is the same gesture used to tilt the map in Google Earth. I have updated the documentation and the 1.3 update notice on the App Store to make this more clear. You can also prevent the map from rotating its heading by using the North Up setting in the Map Style panel (tap the cog icon at the top of the screen and then scroll down the options until you see North Up).
The North Up option and the map tilt are saved for each preset. This means you can have some presets be 2D and others 3D if you wish. The preset buttons, which work like the ones on your car's radio, make it easy to select your map appearance before you leave so you can quickly switch between views on a drive without having to take your eyes off the road. You should never try to change the map settings while driving!