Works Great! I use this with US Forest Service maps and it works great. Great customer service also.
I love carrying Tom Harrison maps in my back pocket. I really love tom harrison maps and got this app mostly based on the fact that I could get them in navigable pdf form here. Truth be told I mostly use good old fashioned waterproof maps when I'm outside, but the pocket version allows me to plan out a hike any time I want.
Galaxy Tab 4 Perfect. I download GeoPDF topo maps from USGS and set way points and take pictures and they are all georeferenced. Exactly 2 hat I wanted.
Galaxy S6 Active Can't zoom in on Galaxy S6 Active would rate 5 stars if I could
Only of interest for those who make their own maps as Geo-referenced PDF's, or are looking for niche US commercial or historic maps. Bizarrely, it doesn't include any free map sources such as OpenStreetMap, so 'out of the box' is useless. You have to search through an extremely sparse selection of free maps and download, the app is basically a vessel to drive you towards purchasing maps, which it also doesn't excel at either considering it omits staples such as Ordnance survey / Harvey map tiles, and there's no facility to 'cut your own tiles'. Considering the strength of the competition, life is too short to worth bothering with this unless you create your own maps to import.
It can't find my location on the map even though I know I'm on the map.
New in PDF Maps 1.6 Android:
• Support for .pdfmaps file import
• Support for the Collections feature (Near By Maps feature removed)
• Enabled GPS listening when using a map, listening disables when not using a map
• Added ability to change crosshair color
• Fixed an issue with Turkish locale, where maps weren't downloading
• New introduction screens
• Support for Affiliate Program links
• General fixes and improvements
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you're experiencing issues with this release