Great routes, quirky app This is a fantastic app that has revolutionised the way I cycle, helping me find places and facilities that I'd never have known existed without it. The UI can be quirky and unintuitive, and the liveride navigation feature can need its settings adjusted and a bit of getting used to not to be confusing. That said, it's worth every bit of effort.
Excellent maps Great detail to maps but tiles are very slow to load. A small point is that it would be nice if the icon disappeared after maps have been downloaded: it's unnecessary once it's merely another shortcut to the main app. Otherwise very happy with the maps, thanks.
Wheres the offline NCN routes With the offline maps there is a fundamental flaw, the NCN Routes are not available in the offline vector maps. This a real shame - they are available if you use the open cycle maps - but bet your bottom dollar when your in the middle of the Pennines or the highlands you're not getting a 3G signal for it to be any use. SHAME!
Excellent. Offline maps could do with cycle routes Love this app, more smooth and speedy than other cycle apps out there. I wish the downloadable offline maps marked the Cycle routes like the online maps do. The ones marked in blue or red. This is because I don't like to use a journey planner with directions, I prefer to open the app to see what cycle routes I can connect with along the way, and plan my journey. Thanks so much and keep up the good work. Have donated ;-)
Very useful app Off line maps really useful, and after a week in the lakes all footpaths etc seem to be very accurate. Recommended.
OK But! This is a large data file that can't be moved to the sdcard. 'Move to sdcard' does not actually 'move' the file. It just remains in the phone's Android data subdirectory. It's a large file, so this is an issue that needs to be addressed by the developers. I hope it gets fixed. This is a problem for Sony Xperia E1 and Samsung S4 mini running Android Kitkat
An exciting app experience featuring World Superbike Champion James Toseland.