Your Outdoor Navigator – real navigation for hiking and cycling!
With the Outdoor Navigator your smartphone is transformed into a personal guide when you are out and about in the countryside, whether you are hiking, cycling, mountain biking or climbing mountains. The Outdoor Navigator ensures that you know where you are at all times on all of your excursions, as bike navigation or outdoor navigation for your leisure trips.
You can access offline maps for a lot of European countries with a vast route network which covers not just forest tracks, hiking trails and cycle paths over a wide area, but does of course also include the normal roads. In addition, you get access to several hundred thousand dedicated outdoor POIs, cycle paths and numerous maps.
The Falk Outdoor Navigator shows you with convenient routing where your destination is and how to get there - and this is just as easy as a car sat nav, with GPS. There is no hassle of entering destinations or any need for pre-planning. It is fast, intuitive and safe with acoustic signals when you need to make a turning. This makes cycling and exploring hiking paths or trails even more fun.
Record your activities and share them with friends via social networks or follow GPX tracks from the Falk Tour Portal!
The app shows you everything you need to know at a glance in a convenient and clear way. Large buttons and a clear layout help you to get your bearings. The map and the live altitude profile are always on display.
Grab the perfect app for outdoors, cycling and hiking right now!
* Pro Features *
After purchasing and installing your favorite maps, the following useful features are enabled for you:
• My round trip (round trip calculation with 3 alternatives) • Sightseeing tours • My waypoints (setting waypoints) • Custom recreational profiles (settings behind the bike profiles change) • Alternative routes for route calculation from A to B and the circular course
we regret that you cannot open the application on your phone. Unfortunately we cannot support the ZenFone series due to the fact that our application is not designed for X86 systems.
We are currently working on that issue.
Best regards, Michael