One idea for an upgrade: Add the map links (as on Wikivoyage website). The link should be opened with locally installed map app (e.g. Osmand, Maps.Me, Google Maps, ...). Furthermore an offline editing functionality would be nice, so that - once back online - one could upload the changes (app should ask in case of editing conflicts). Another thing is to be able to download only regions. Else amazing app!
Great app to use if you travelling without reliable access to Internet. I used it on Asian and Australia cruise. Using it offline, I found it a great source of info about a variety of destinations.
Recent update has broken ordered lists (all items now have 1. as index), links to GPS locations. Would be nice if the slippy maps (Mapframe tags) worked... ////// Great app, too bad there are so little users-perhaps some advertising could help. Regarding the app, only two minor suggestions: invert mode shouldn't invert images, and it could be nice to be able to update some of the articles to recent online versions (for the wikivoyage contributors).
Incredibly useful app for those times you are traveling without internet access. But why does the home page say the content was last updated since 7/29/2015? I can see from the content of specific pages that it's been updated much more recently.
The real life hitchhiker's guide to the Galaxy. *suggestion, give an option to download specific regions/countries instead of downloading the whole world.
Great for travel, especially phrase books. I prefer it over Lonely Planet or other guides. Not sure if it updates, though.
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