GPS on ski map by Maprika

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  • Last update: 2 years ago
  • Version: 2.7
  • Size: 11.5 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Maprika
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English, French, Russian
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GPS on ski map by Maprika Description

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Lose the paper maps.

Maprika lets you see where you are on real maps. Easily locate your friends and family,and stay informed about the places you're going.

The best mapping solution for ski resorts, national parks, and campuses.

FEATURES:

* Locate yourself on any of the 3000+ available maps of ski resorts, theme parks, university campuses, and hiking trails.

* Browse or search our constantly growing map collection by location or by name.

* Find your friends on any of these maps.

* Make your own maps and share them with the Maprika community.

* Set meetings with your friends

* Record GPS tracks and show them real-time; export tracks and view them on your computer

* Find nearby businesses

* See local weather, snow reports, and Twitter feeds for resort maps.

* Maprika maps are saved to the phone's memory, allowing for use in out of service areas.


For more information and support, please visit http://www.maprika.com/

Note: Maprika can be configured to track your location in the background. Continuous use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.


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  • RE
    Renee E.
    iTunes
    Went to Vail for a ski trip 1st week of February and app worked beautifully! Everyone in the group downloaded this to keep track of our location if and when we got separated. In fact, one person lost their cell phone while we went off trail and another person was able to use Maprika to located the spot where he thought he lost his phone. The only drawback was that we all programmed the map to update our locations every 5 minutes and our friend who lost his phone programmed it to turn off when he closed the app (to save battery life). Fortunately he really just left it at a coffee shop at the base and the lost and found called the 1st number on redial, but having access to a map to guide us back up the lifts and down the mountain again to where he thought it was dropped was great. So with that being said, this app is great... however I'm disappointed because we have been requesting a map for over a month now and Maprika has still failed to provide our request. I'm not sure why everyone else's request has been so promptly added?

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