This app is all about money goodbye
Love it. Tells and shows the magic of the parks.
So buggy it was useless! First, the price is up to $30, not up to $10, per location. They falsely advertise. Second, the offline maps would not work at all for me. All I got was a grey screen with a GPS dot floating around. I'll never be suckered into paying $20 for an app again. These peoplr have cajones asking for ao much for an app that doesn't do what's promised. Don't trust this app to work when you need it. Instead check out the Gypsy guides which worked phenomenally for us! Oh, and it was too late to request a refund...
Loved it, but buggy. Loved this app while touring Joshua Tree National Park. Lots of interesting narration as I drove through the park, and with GPS triggers, it knew exactly when to tell me stories about the scenery as I navigated the park. It was like a personal tour guide. I'm subtracting one star because this app crashes a LOT, and I was forced to kill the app and then restart it. Without question this would be a 5-star app if the bugs are worked out.
Great when it works It is magical to have the app tell stories and give information about hikes and what there is to see. However it crashes every couple of miles. So you constantly have to restart it. I would like a refund because it just doesn't work.
Too Crashy! It would be great if it would run for more than a few minutes before stopping. We were driving through Tetons and Yellowstone Saturday on our way home and I thought this would be a fun thing to use (I read about it in a magazine). It started out great, but quickly went downhill. It would simply stop running. Sometimes mid sentence, but more often it would work for 10 minutes or so and then we would go a long way with no narration. Since the audio has pauses anyway, we often wouldn't realize that the app was crashed. I would restart the app and it would work again for a few minutes before crashing again. Eventually I gave up. I restarted my phone, turned off bluetooth/wireless/etc, but nothing seemed to help. I'm not sure, but it seemed like maybe it only worked when we had cell signal - which is rare in Yellowstone! It did work better in Tetons, which has better cell signal. But the app says that cell signal is not required! I'm going to try to get my money back. Don't waste yours.
- Bug fixes. Lots of them.
- New: Added button on selected guides that links to a trip planning guide.
- New: Tour preview now zooms map to center on the location being played.
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