Angeles National Forest
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This app a convenient way to have access to a large, scrollable format of the National Forest Service Angeles National Forest map. It operates totally offline after an initial download of the map data files.
These maps were previously only available in very large print form, but now can be taken with you and can even tell you where you are on the map.
No internet connection required.
Other National Forest maps applications are on the way.
Check out www.papermapsonline.com for more information.
What's New in Version 1.0.2
More efficient with memory.
Fixed occasional crashing while processing map downloads.
This map cost $10 in paper form at the ranger office and is huge. The map is a little out dated so does not include all trails and is not a topo map. But it will tell you exactly where you are. I was at Vincent gulch and where the east fork meets the San Gabriel river and it was spot on. Gets better signal then my Magellan GPS. For the price it's a must have. 99 cents and it could save your life. GET IT!
Works great, what an indispensable tool on the iPad
Installed this app (and downloaded the map after installation) for a trip up the ANF. It was so, so helpful to have this at my fingertips. The geolocation (GPS) feature worked flawlessly without a cell signal or WiFi. Must have.
I tried to install and reinstall three times… but it refuses to open! Waste of a $1. Shame really because this map could be sooo useful if it worked. Went hiking up there yesterday and it's not a people friendly place. The hikes and trial heads are almost totally un-signposted and because there's no cell reception, you have no clue where you are. So this app would have been a gem for the next time we went… If it ever worked!!
PLEASE FIX ASAP!!
- Category: Navigation
- Updated: Jul 20, 2011
- Version: 1.0.2
- Size: 2.9 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Tudor Thomas
- © 2011 TT4software
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.