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What’s New

Version 2.8.5

+ Supports Plus Code searching and editing。(Related to the setting of "UTM/MGRS/Plus Code")
+ Supports Street View of Google Map which requires a Google Map API Key with Javascript Map API enabled to be set in the app.
+ Disables automatic zooming while auto-centered on current location.
+ Adds new tracking and locating setting of "Activity Type", which could be set as "Others" to disable the iOS system's snap-to-road feature while recording tracks.
+ Fixes the bug that horizontal distance is not shown up while measuring line-segments.
+ Other bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
235 Ratings

235 Ratings

L8yKatie ,

I’m not the typical user and STILL find the app awesome.

Before running out to a store to buy an “old” paper map to draw on and mark-up, I figured I’d check in the AppStore to see what kinds of maps were available to be marked up with unlimited “pins” and locations. After downloading a few apps and quickly becoming disappointed with them, and thus deleting them from my phone, I was leaning towards going with the “old” paper map purchase.
I came across this app and wasn’t expecting much for what I wanted to use it for, which was the placing of unlimited travel destination “pins” all over the world, I downloaded it because it was free.
I quickly came to the realization of how powerful this app is and decided to purchase the full-featured app, justifying the cost as being similar for the paper map idea I had.
I have no clue of what most of the tools do, but for my purposes, this is absolutely perfect.
Thank you for this open-ended map!!

BigCornice ,

By far, the most advanced iOS mapping app.

For basic use this app works fairly well right out of the box. It includes a nice feature that reads the tags from your photos and plots them on your map. Where this app really shines though is in its more advanced features. It allows for layering of online maps and downloaded MBTiles while supporting various projections. GPX and shapefile layers are easy to add as well. It’s layering and drawing capabilities are more like a desktop app like QGIS than a mobile app. Nothing seems to be as powerful and stable. Out of the box Gaia has more maps available and its features are more accessible. However, if you need more control and have your own data sources this incredible app from China can’t be beat.

BruntonMaster ,

Happy Geologist

I use this app principally to view georeferenced maps while out mapping in the field and can easily overlay Topo and geo maps, and while using my built in GPS unit on my IPad can precisely locate myself. Overall a great map for dropping pin locations and attach photos such that they are GPS referenced. However, my only complaint is the line drawing functionality. If developers could add a line drawing function that is more organic, such as using your finger to draw the line, that’d be a great add. If better line drawing functionality would be incorporated, it would make it such a great mapping app. As it stands, it is a great tool if you have referenced maps to use in the field or trying to plan transects without lugging around numerous paper maps.

Information

Seller
Miocool Inc.
Size
58.1 MB
Category
Navigation
Compatibility

Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese

Age Rating
Rated 4+
Location
This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
Copyright
© 2015-2019, Duwei Technology Ltd.
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. Remove Advertisements $3.99
  2. Large File Support $0.99
  3. Export GPX Support $2.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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