The app does exactly what it says, places you in relation to your count circle with Google imagery to guide you. However, any time I back out of the app (to enter data onto eBird, for example), it zooms back out to the full extent and switches from satellite view back to the basic base map. It also does not track along with you as you move through the circle in a zoomed in mode. Additionally, it would be great to be able to drop pins and denote areas of interest. It would also be nice to draw lines that denote areas, as most compilers split the circle into teams with assigned parts of the circle.
Just awesome! Just awesome!
A must have for CBC participants Software updated 1/4/2015, this app now works flawlessly with android 5.0 (and I assume all earlier versions). Using your phones GPS, you can see your position relative to the CBC count circle, projected onto a detailed map (hybrid satellite/street view option available). This app removes ambiguity related to your whereabouts within a count circle and provides an additional tool to explore access and birding locations within the circle.
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Since 1990 the #1 multisport log for Mac, Windows, Palm & iOS: now for Android!