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Version number: Varies by device

New in ver. 3.10.1: • Partial workaround responding to license-query delays and errors • Corrected major bug when entering coordinates in some national grids New in ver. 3.10: • New data tile "distance to waypoint" • New data tile "bearing to waypoint" • New tile "countdown" New in ver. 3.9: • New coordinate system: Poland CS2000 • New coordinate system: Hungary HD72/EOV • New coordinate system: Timbalai 1948 / RSO Borneo (m) • New button tile “start/stop tracking" • New button tile “new waypoint” • Default waypoint names changed from "WP 1" to "WP 0001"

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5 stars out of 5
· 7/25/2016
Works great so far

Really easy to download map for offline use

5 stars out of 5
· 4/21/2016
It was a very handy app to a commuter cyclist like me

Last night when the freight train blocked my usual route coming home l used the map feature of this app to search for a alternate route to avoid the stalled train. Thanks to this app I was able to return home safely even though it's a hour longer than my usual commute nonetheless the fact that I was able to go home safely say a lot about this app and it is no longer restricted to motorists now. Thanks you so much. I still have a lot to learn about this app but one thing for certain is l will not be lost again thanks to this app.

5 stars out of 5
· 12/20/2015

Very versatile and good accuracy for cell service. I don't use it a lot, but it has certainly helped when I need it. Easy to switch coordinate systems as I use a few different systems depending on my client and location. The full (pay) version is well worth the cost. Being able to upload data points and photo directly to the cloud or MS Excel.

5 stars out of 5
· 8/22/2015

Better than my GPS in the woods. Love being able to load gpx files. Easy & intuitive. Thank you!

5 stars out of 5
· 3/20/2015

I use this with the noaa charts every time I go out on my boat. It is super accurate and keeps me far from danger. I have to reset it sometimes if trolling because it will not update but its real easy. Overall a great fishermans companion app.

4 stars out of 5
· 2/3/2015

I used this app as a reference for hiking off trail in big bend national park. It got me to my waypoints and back on the trail. It does take time and effort to plan your trip and add trail maps and waypoints. I wish I could download common trail maps.

5 stars out of 5
· 7/25/2014

Powerfull will more if it can use map from calibrated pictures using georeferences

5 stars out of 5
· 7/9/2014

Finally found a windows 8 phone gps app with topo maps. Love this app. The author is very responsive to new ideas. By far the best app on my phone!😊 Nothing else even comes close. Great support via email. I've contacted Michael on three occasions. Each time he's responded in a timely manner. The last time was to report a bug. Said bug was fixed within a couple of days and made available for download shortly thereafter. Absolutely fantastic support. I am in no way affiliated with this app.

5 stars out of 5
· 6/12/2014

With the latest update the app finally keeps tracking no matter what else you are doing with the phone, i.e. Calling, using the camera, under the lock screen, etc. What I would like to see though is the track log to contain more data (bearing, max, low, avg values for speed, altitude, inclination, time. Same for any given point of the track. So you can edit and analize the track in a dedicated software, like Garmin base camp.

2 stars out of 5
· 4/23/2014

This doesn't have as nice of UI as Outdoor Navigation (though it's not bad), and it costs more. Neither have good USGS maps (they both have detailed vector topo but no roads/trails/landmarks that are found on the USGS raster maps). Both should at least have a way to purchase and download from additional map sources so you're not limited to the cheap included maps. That or their map providers need to add dirt roads/trails/landmarks to their vector maps (which would look nicer and scale better than raster maps, but I'm sure it would cost a pretty penny to transfer to vector which brings us back to the in-app purchase problem).