Events don't work Everytime you click on an event it stops working. I assume there must be wifi throughout all the sites so you can reference the maps when you are there? Or am I being silly?
Not very well thought out One obvious issue the app has is that when you select a location you would expect when selecting the tree finder, it would only list trees and info within that forest. No, it gives a general list of all trees. Considering the Forestry Commission is wanting people to get involved, retain our forests etc. etc. You would think that they would provide the information relevant to the area you have selected. Instead as many others have said, it cheats you into going back to their website. A complete rethink on this app and yes, it seems they have had an app for apps sake.
Very useful app I have found this app to be very useful, yes it is quite a big app, the tree identifier tool could be better if more trees were added. Maybe it would be better to have separate apps for the tree identifier, & split the maps into smaller areas with more details.
Rubbish I wanted some local maps, but this simply pushes you out to a website, which is a static copy of a leaflet you can pick up on site. What on earth are you doing with the 33mb? Whoever commissioned this was ripped off, whoever developed it should be ashamed of themselves.
Disappointed What a shame. This could have had useful, mobile-friendly content to enhance visits to some beautiful places. Sadly it didn't. I know you can do better!
Why is this 33mb? Just basically a map of England and some pictures of trees. . . Where are all the routes to walk and cycle? To have picnics? Places where you can see deer? Google maps will do a better job with Google goggles to identify the trees lol
New sites added:
- Beechenhurst Lodge
- Cannop Cycle Centre
- Mallards Pike
- Symonds Yat
- Haughmond Hill
Play in the outdoors with Android as your Handheld GPS and offline topo maps!