iHunter Oregon gives hunters and outdoor enthusiasts a new view into Oregon's game management units. By overlaying the GMUs on top of the built in maps, users can see their current location and which GMU they are in. Dive deeper into specific GMUs to see which big game, predator, and game bird seasons are open. Contribute to the map by adding your own waypoints to keep track of hunting spots, past animal harvests, and landowner contact information.
- Includes season summary for 2016 / 2017 season (works offline) - View GMUs on top of built in maps (GMUs display offline) - Select GMUs to view summary of open seasons (works offline) - View county boundaries and game bird and small game seasons that are county specific (works offline) - 7 different base map types, including 4 that can be cached for offline use - Add waypoints to the map at your current location, known GPS locations or where you tap and hold (works offline) - Edit the name, description, image and location of your waypoints (works offline) - Store Landowner contact information in waypoints to keep track of all your hunting contacts in one place (works offline) - Send your friends or family an email or text message with your current location so they can easily find you (requires internet to send email) - Use the sunrise / sunset calculator to look up legal hunting light at your location or waypoint location (works offline) - Share waypoints via email to friends and hunting partners (requires internet to share waypoints) - Quick dial button for the Turn-In-Poachers tip line - Indian Reserve boundary layer (works offline) - Municipality boundary layer (works offline)
Pro Tools In-app purchase (one time fee): - Track your position as you hunt - get an altitude and velocity profile as well as a track overlaid on the map - Draw over the map to highlight property lines, animal patterns, or trails - Search the map for businesses or points of interest (internet connection required) - Recently viewed and favorites lists for GMUs and waypoints
- Fixed a few intermittent crashes to improve stability