Camino 2015 I first saw this app while thru hiking the AT in 2014. When I saw there was one for the Camino I jumped at the chance to try it. I used it every day and loved having the information so easily available. Much easier than pulling out a book. Navigating was a breeze. The Camino is well marked, but there are many options and this app was great. We also started in the dark most mornings so having the app made it easy compared to looking for arrows with a flashlight. We used it from SJPDP to Finisterre.
A big help! Finished the Camino Frances from SJPDP on 7/24/15. This app was most helpful in either confirming that I was on the intended path or informing me that I wasn't (and helping me to navigate back). Thank you!
I was searching for an app for the Camino Frances but none had everything I wanted. Finally I found this. I had met Guthook and used his AT app which is impressive so I knew this was just what I needed. Great!!
camino app Downloaded the app yesterday,looks good and interesting,only trouble seems to be it needs to go from bottom to top,not the other way so you can at least follow the walk as you walk on the phone if need be,the items are well done,but I will still use the guidebook map to walk with,easy to follow the map from bottom to top,,unlike the app from tom to bottom.
Let me down big time The app has stopped workng. I'm at I write this in Bayonne on my way to SJPDP and I am unable to start the app. I just get the error 'Unfortunately Camino Companion as stopped'. Great. Update: after using about 280 mb of my mobile data plan to reinstall its working again. The question is for how long..
Amazing detail This looks like a great resource for my walk next month. Lots of navigation points and accommodation info.
--Improved location services
--Improved route creator tool
--Trail color option for colorblind/dark background
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