I've been using the pro version of this for some time now and find find it very useful. It doesn't kill the battery in my phone and it's fairly easy to load in your gpx files from external sources. Recently the Open Cycle Map doesn't display properly. It has "API KEY REQUIRED" written all over it.
I'm using as a navigator for dirt biking in the forest. So far using open topo maps it's proven to be quiet good. The download of the maps can sometimes be slow which is possibly to do with the map provider but can be an issue if for example you've previously zoomed in on an area you'd think there's the possibility for the app to cache the map data. The compass view is unusable as the map shakes back and forth uncontrollably. Likewise I see lots of straight lines back to the start on each paused point of a track which just clutter's up the screen. Of the app's I've tried this is the best so far and I'll stick to using it, already bought the paid version. Hope it improves from a good app to great :-)
Love the resolution of the satellite imagery! Love having a large selection of map types. Still use it on my tablet. I'm disappointed I went to an iPhone for my cell, can't find My Trails for it. Have settled for Gaia, but not nearly as good of satellite clarity. , and have trouble importing all my past .gpx files.
I use it strictly for my Deer Camp. To navigate me to specific stand locations. All hot deer sign spots. And more than anything to keep from getting lost.
I like the fact that I can use a shortcut without being insecure of where I might end up but feeling confident enough instead. I am surprised that I can use so many features despite the fact that I use the free version. Very, very satisfied with the app, perfectly sufficient for my needs. Thumbs up!!!
Great for recording tracks. Not sure what to do with my tracks but there there and recorded well with a nice topo map as a backing. The best one as all the others use ugly Google maps
IGN offline maps are available once more