In-app purchases
Content rating
Screenshot image
Screenshot image
Screenshot image

About this app

Oribooklet is a tool for the Orienteering Mapper. The application brings together the GPS, a booklet, the pencil and a rubber of who will map in a lightweight and very easy to use app. With it, the mapper can produce the field of play faster.

As a bonus, the field work is saved directly in .gpx format, making it easier and less error-free when (on home comforts) such information is read by the CAD used to draw the map.

The elements of an orientation map can be divided into 3 types: Waypoints, Trackways and Area. The application identifies a choice of the first two automatically and asks the mapper to decide on the third.

The routine is very simple:
- Walk to the element you want to map, choosing it at the bottom of the screen, from the groups Land, Rocks, Water, Vegetation, Man Made and Controls;
- If necessary, the mapper notes other information about the element in the Description;
- Then, press LOAD to load as above information, the element and a description (if any);
- The IOF code is displayed. If one of the first two types, WAYPOINT or TRACKWAY, its respective button becomes on. If it is Area of the two lights, asking for a decision;
- When the mapper wants to register the element, simply press the SAVE button. If it is a Trackway type, it walks to the end, when it is necessary to push SAVE, closing the trackway.

There are also Preferences functions, in which the mapper sets up her/his personal choices, a Save function thats saves the field work in .gpx format to file, a About with Licenses and a Pay a Rollcake to pay the autor a desert as a grant for his job.
Updated on
Mar 2, 2021

Data safety

Developers can show information here about how their app collects and uses your data. Learn more about data safety
No information available

What's new

- Modified Save activity to SAF