** The #1 Topo Maps App for iOS ** MAIN FEATURES INCLUDE: - USGS Topographic Maps - USFS Topographic Maps - Satellite + Topo Maps - Hiking Tracker * Download all maps for offline use USGS TOPO MAP USGS Topo is a tile cache base map service that combines the most current data in The National Map (TNM), and other public-domain data, into a multi-scale topographic reference map. TOPO + SATELLITE USGS Imagery Topo is a tile cache base map of orthoimagery in The National Map and US Topo vector data. Orthoimagery data are typically high resolution images that combine the visual attributes of an aerial photograph with the spatial accuracy and reliability of a planimetric map. Data themes included are Boundaries, Geographic Names, Transportation, Contours, Hydrography, Land Cover, Shaded Relief, Trails, etc. USFS TOPO MAP The USFS Topo Map Area of Interest covers the USFS National Forests and Grasslands. HIKING TRACKER Now you can track all of your hiking stats! - Track total distance, vertical, time - Track calories burned - Keep track of yearly stats - Color coded tracks by elevation - Backup your hike data to iCloud - iOS 14 home screen widget Have questions? Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The whole reason I downloaded this app was so I could see the topo map on my Apple Watch to not have to get out my phone at every turn. Shows time, distance and elevation gain. No map. No other stats. Very under developed for Apple Watch. Don’t use if you’re looking for a watch app.
At Yellowstone not one minute did we get to use this, worst 5$ I’ve ever spent
Love being able to go back and forth between USFS and USGS!
I thought I was getting the USGS earthquake app. Wish there would be some way to cancel this app.
Been using the App to track my hikes since 2019. Wanted to achieve 1,000 miles in a year but sadly lost approximately 200 miles when the App stopped tracking after about a mile. I depend upon accurately tracking my hikes to get donations for homeless and disabled veterans. Losing miles means losing donations.
I downloaded your Topo Maps app and took it out on a backpacking trip this weekend and I had some trouble. Hopefully you can answer some questions. 1. When I was planning my trip, I was looking at several wilderness areas to download maps for. But, I had a very hard time finding them on the map. It seemed to just show where I was. As I wouldn’t have service in the area I was headed to, that wouldn’t be helpful. How do I search for an area that is not near me without panning and scrolling around? 2. Do you plan on adding a feature to simply download the map for an area at maximum resolution? Hitting “Download” and then panning and zooming is extremely inconvenient for me and it’s very difficult to verify whether I have the map or not. What about downloading the topo and satellite view simultaneously. Why do I have to pan around for both and hope that I captured the area correctly? 3. When I was looking at the map while out in the wilderness, my location icon was always offscreen when I opened the app. I had to pan and zoom around to find it. Where is the button to simply go to my current location? Every map app has that. It seems to like snapping to my current location when I’m sitting on my couch, but unfortunately not when I’m on a trail. 4. How do I know which way I am facing? There is no compass function built in. This is pure insanity. The iPhone has a built-in compass...this is a PAID topographic map app! 5. How do I find my GPS coordinates? I can’t find them anywhere. 6. When jumping to the Tracker for my downloaded map, the map doesn’t load, even though I downloaded it. I also can’t see the view layer I chose in Map. Why? And why is this useless feature the first on in the tab menu? 7. Why does the app tell me my phone ran out of memory and it failed to save my tracked hike? How is that even possible? I’ve NEVER seen a message like that from an app in my 10 years as an iPhone user. 8. Can I please get a refund? Thanks!
This thing requires you to download everything, not waypoints, no route tracking. The Android version right out of download works, if you have cell coverage your map updates. If you are going to a spotty coverage area, you can download map to allow map to run much more smoothly.
does not zoom in far enough, does. or show enough details, does. it have a search feature
High quality maps and good interface
Pros: 1. Download a topo for a hike. 2. Once tracking is started, a satellite view is presented. 3. You can use tracking mode with satellite view to plan. I discovered this while reviewing a recent hike because there was an old logging road on the satellite view that was not on a topo or Google Earth. 4. Mileage is good. Cons: 1. I like the satellite view, but it hides the Topo map & thus the trails during a hike. Haven’t figured out how to surmount that. 2. Unless you are in cell range, elevation gain is always way low. Even if you just took your lowest elevation and subtracted it from highest, Topo Maps would be low by at least 25%. 3. Thus far, I cannot find anyway to drop a waypoint or plan a track — e.g., using Topo as a planning tool. That said, I love using it for planning & hiking new areas.