excellent Turned it on for the first time in a hotel room, and it had my coordinates in perfect accuracy, while stating it was seeing 11 satellites. What is most shocking, really, is that this information wasn't already available to the user of a phone with GPS - if the phone had always been reading satellites and calculating position, why wasn't that information available to the user? Without that info, you could only previously see your position in an urban area (street maps).
major problems only converts one way (can't do mgrs->geo etc). page swiping doesn't work reliably and breaks back button. why the hell would anyone buy the ad-free version of this garbage?
If you only need to know where you are "ish" its still not very good at that Grid accuracy +/- 14,786 feet! Well at least I'll know what state I'm in? ¿
Hmm Jury's still out. Sometimes it's on point, others, and they are rare it has been off by 3 grid squares. Still like the software, but I always have somebody double check with me when appropriate.
EXCUSE ME. Why does it need my phone ID and full access to internet? Apart from that it looks promising.
Cross referenced it with my map and grid coordinates of my known location and it was spot on. Perfect for miltary. Only problem is slow tracking.
A few stability improvements.
Convert UK grid references to Google Map location and find your current grid ref