Much Much better after updates Originally gave this one star as could not log finds - GPS was out. Developers have now improved this and the app works a treat for us. Our family have loved getting out and about in bristol gromit searching. The app has certainly helped choose where to go next... we just need a dual "found gromit" button to stop the kids fighting over who logs the finds!!!! Thanks
In response to your response... Im not trying to unfind gromits though. Im trying to find the london one as I forgot to click found u wen I was in london!! I have android phone, and the mist up to date app and it still doesnt let me find it with gps turned off. I appreciate you guys getting back to me however you have said if I just update my app I should be able to click found you with gps turned off. Problem with this is that I have the latest version of the app already and it wont let me do this...
Ok but... Really good app and really fun for the kids.. Only flaw I would say is it doesnt tell u exactly where they are like on the paper map it will say.. 'At the cascade steps' for example or 'inside hotel du vin' instead of spending hours following a GPS not quite sure where u are.
Have now seen all 81 gromits. But the app will not let me find Amazing. It says I am not close enough, but I have found all the others from home. How can I mark off this one so the app shows that I have seen them all.
Be aware! Good app but be aware that the photo option ONLY saves the last shot you take. Only just found out after getting home from 4hrs hunting to find I don't have some great shots. Gutted
Very helpful! I.don't really know how I could have done the trail - the map of hardcopy we can pick up is a bit weak and GPS of this app helped me a lot. My only criticism would be that it does not point the passport stamp spots with "Find Gromit". But except that, it's a very good app. Glad I bought it.
Updated pins to show gromits have been found (on low res devices)
Ensure that you can take a photo of gromits with question mark in title (eg. Where’s Wallace?)