A nice app, occasionally has stability issues. Originally I reviewed saying it would benefit from a filtering system (so you can find dog friendly areas), I have now noticed there is, but it's not where I thought it would. You have to start scrolling through the locations before it gives you the filtering options at the top. Not the most obvious place, would've thought it would be with the drop down menu. If I had noticed sooner, I'd have been able to visit some locations while on holiday with my dog.
First time use on April 2017. 12 secs to download, 10 secs to install. Nexus 5 on fast bband. Like the layout and system so far. I always read the reviews before installing and was initially put off by some poor ones. No probs here!
Good App! Perhaps the addition of a "virtual" membership card? Eg scan the QR code on the physical card. Maybe a notification system, that notifies you when you're within an "x" mile radius of a previously unvisited National Trust place.
Terrible, takes an age to load. Really disappointing because I am dedicated to the NT.
Useful info but app is a bit clunky, often freezes and content takes ages to load.
Helpful, easy to use, looks good and runs swiftly on my heavily-loaded S4. I suspect that the less-than-stellar rating is mostly down to a previous version.
Improvements to app stability.
Change to message when no Events are available.
Fix to improve handling of apostrophes.
Latest property data (for opening hours and prices) bundled with app.
Additional monitoring to help us identify potential performance improvements.
Discover walks, trails National Trust for Scotland property information.
Check how the traffic is flowing on motorways and major A roads in England
iFootpath has been created to inspire people to enjoy beautiful walks in the UK.