Turn a property deed or legal description into a plat drawing.
Supports many units of measurement. Including: feet, meters, and varas.
Calculates the area, perimeter and closing error of the plot.
Includes the ability to auto-complete a tract if the last call isn't defined.
Work with multiple tracks in the same drawing.
Want to do even more with the plotted tract? Files can be sent via email to the computer version of Metes and Bounds. And the computer version can export files that can be sent via or imported using iTunes and opened using this software.
Provides X,Y coordinates for the tracts endpoints.
Have some old family land maps from your genealogy searches? Plot them using measurements such as rods, chains and spans.
Realtors can use this application to quickly show potential buyers what a piece of property looks like.
iOS 8 Support.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
It's great when I'm not frozen in the middle of adding a line. Love the features but tired of turning off my iPad to reload.
Almost 4 stars
I do enjoy this app, particuarly since I bought it to help us find a missing chunk of land that doesn't have a deed- but I would really prefer being able to open an email attachment- I don't always have time to go home and download an updated file from iTunes. Dropbox interface would work too. If I could access files more easily between my ipad and my computer, I would give it 4 stars. I would also love to see a panning features that doesn't actually move the parcels, just the view. The scale button is nice, but I can't see larger parcel groups.
Almost worth 4Stars
Don't give up on this app. It is a bit clunky, Nevertheless, the app does a decent job providing closure, acreage, etc. It might take several uses before you realize how powerful the app can be.
I use this every day at work, verifying our documents.
I would like to have the ability to edit an entered call (currently, an entry can only be deleted and re-entered).
Having the ability to enter the degrees on the left side of a decimal and then the minutes and seconds to the right of the decimal, in a single cell, would speed entering calls (currently, there is a window for each).
If the developers can address the previous two issues, I'll give this app four stars. If they can find a way around Apple's lousy number pad and give me a 10-key, so that i don't have to consider whether I want to enter $, ?, or ! for a call, I'll give this app five stars.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.