It's OK App works just fine on my S7 Edge. No crashes or issues. One suggestion would be to auto open Google Maps on the attraction address directly from the app. Currently, only option is to note postcode or address, and open app manually. Can't even copy and paste postcode from the app. Makes the process somewhat laborious.
Won't even launch Have reported the issue at least twice to EH via the app report option, but no update seems to have been forthcoming. Can't comment on usefulness of app a simply won't load anymore. Used to be fairly useful, and could save checking handbook all the time. Hope a fix can be found and I can improve my review rating soon, as it's a shame.
Map not working Like most other reviewers, I've been frustrated by the fact that the map doesn't display. What makes this worse is that there is no response from English Heritage about the problem, nor do they seen to want to fix it. At least the National Trust respond to problems and try to fix them. Rated as 2 stars as the information provided is quite good.
This app is really bad As a member of English Heritage I thought this would be good to plan our holiday with.Fat chance it just crashes on my nexus 4. We are now members of the National Trust which do seem be able to give a working app that gives useful info.
How do I plan? The app works well for showing me where I can visit around my current location, but what about the rest of England? How do I plan other places to visit? Am I expected to book somewhere to stay at random then, on arrival, check if there's anywhere nearby?
Poor design Please redesign the user interface and experience. It pretty awful. Your not doing your content justice. Apps like ViewRanger and the National Trust have just redesigned there apps really well. Take a look.
Some minor fixes
Discover walks, trails National Trust for Scotland property information.
Play in the outdoors with Android as your Handheld GPS and offline topo maps!