[Loadstone] Accessible Program for Hiking

Shawn Kirkpatrick shawn at loadstone-gps.com
Thu Oct 29 22:35:40 GMT 2015

The only program I've found that was rather loadstone like is called seeing 
assistant move. It can even take loadstone text databases and checkpoint 
files. I think this program will be a good start as to how the iphone 
version of loadstone will look. I'd say it's about 60 or 70% of what 
loadstone did but is missing some features. It does allow to use it without 
a data connection since the mapping data is stored on the phone.

On Thu, 29 Oct 2015, Michael O. Hanson wrote:

> Does anybody on this list know of an accessible GPS program that works
> without an internet connection for hiking on the IPhone?  In other words,
> does anybody know of a program that will give trail maps I can use until
> Loadstone is ported to the IPhone and I can come up with databases myself?
> Thanks for posting about navigon.  It is not difficult in the US to drive
> where there is no cell phone and therefore, no internet access.  That makes
> most apps one might use for navigation of potentially limited use.
> Therefore, any app that allows one to download maps on a phone useful.
> Navigon is much less expensive than some other apps I might have considered.
> Mike Hanson

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