How come Android only gets the Legacy version and iOS gets the newer, improved app? Other than that no complaints, still getting used to software, once I do will input more then.
I came over from the iOS version which is THE BEST navigation app on iPhone. The Android version of Gaia isn't nearly as good, it's just sluggish and lacks features. I really love the Gaia Topo map but it's not enough to keep me from moving on. Alpine Quest is so much better.
Well this app was great until the newest update eliminated that last little bit of free features. Now I can only use the GAIA Topo map so no satellite view and no more offline downloads. Why should I pay $20 for a damn phone app, and then pay a monthly fee on top of that? Your greed has overcome you.
I paid for this app, but now it wants to charge me a subscription fee for using other people's open source map content. This is unacceptable.
New app enforces different password requirements on the client side than was previously required making it impossible to login to my Gaia account through the app
Not a bad update. Appreciate some of the new, cleaner UI. But that off-centered top bar drives me nuts
7.0.1 contains many small bug fixes, for the big 7.0 update.
* shared folders - share/sync trip plans (or any data in a folder) with other Gaia GPS users
* faster and more robust data sync
* improved UI, with bottom tab bar and other improvements, and polished login/register and onboarding
* design improvements, including better icons
GPS navigation app for hiking, biking, geocaching and other outdoor activities