The real deal!! Backcountry tested This app could be an extremely convienient tool. I tested this on my last 53k canoe trip into algonquin interior . I found it to be very accurate, reliable gps, I never dropped signal, multitude of great features built into the app as well. Excellent tool for the toolbox if your tripping.
Record tracks and lost the work It is very unfortunate to record one day on the mountains tracks for work and afterwards to not be able to export to a gpx or kmz file. Otherwise is a pretty good app, but unuseful for recording tracks to be used outside the app. :(
Pretty great! I love the referenced maps, and the fact that you can find yourself on the map and place markers. My one and only problem is that this app will download and open ALL pdf documents, no matter what the source, even though I have cleared the defaults from my phone. I have it set so that a different app should be opening open all my pdf docs, but this hijacks them and opens them anyway, which is not helpful as I use many pdf docs that are NOT maps. Developers, help?
Awesome app! Download free USGS topos from topoview website and explore. Accurately tracks hikes, bikes and more without data connection. Add waypoints with descriptions and photos. Also, you can search for placenames and points of interest within the app. The only feature I wish it had is for the app to measure the distances to and between waypoints.
Good offline maps It's a great offline map app for travelling, but limiting that I can't move huge avenza maps to sd card and takes too much room on internal storage.
A genuinely useful tool for backcountry work teams. Great tool for viewing your own Georeferenced maps and sharing waypoints with your team. UI is a little clunky at times.
New in PDF Maps 1.7.3 Android:
• Fixed an issue where the SD card was not accessible on Android 6.0
• General fixes and improvements
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