#1 About.com Winner: Best Outdoor App #1 iPhone app, Backpacker Magazine "Tremendous!" - ComputerWorld "The software you need!" - Navigadget "My favorite when I go hiking" - Washington Post "Favorite, hands down" - Mac Observer ・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・・ ▶ The #1 multi-sport GPS app for the iPhone ▶ Great for hiking, biking, skiing, snowboarding, running, sailing, flying, navigating, geocaching, and more ▶ Over 5 million users, top rated around the world ▶ Most accurate iPhone GPS ▶ Best map selection: choose from 14 different sources including road, terrain, satellite, and marine map types ▶ Free map downloads worldwide! Including OpenStreetMap, terrain maps, and NOAA marine charts ▶ Unlimited map downloading for use offline ▶ Save up to 300 GPS tracks & 2500 waypoints ▶ Live Position Updates: optionally share your position automatically in real-time with others you choose ▶ Optimized for use with the Apple Watch ▶ Advanced interactive stopwatch with voice coaching ▶ Supports DMS, DM, D, MGRS, UTM, and OSGB grid systems ▶ Record GPS tracks and waypoints, follow saved or imported routes, import and export GPX files, and much more -------------------------------------------------- Continued use of any GPS service running in the background can significantly decrease battery life. MotionX is committed to constant improvement. We listen to our users and continuously add the most requested features. Thank you for the feedback!
MotionX maps went from colored, detail filled lines to basically black and white and difficult to read. Why fix something that isn't broken? At least make it so google maps can be downloaded!!
Have been using app for years, including loading in the tract to do the Camino De Santiago. It has always worked splendidly! Recently, getting ready for an extended trip to South/Central America for curiosity sake tried almost every other popular trail app out there and this on is still the best. On the one trek in particular that I compared the others to (Quilotoa circuit, if you want to check yourself), one of the high price subscription apps was totally inadequate(even tried a subscription, not believing the map could be so poor) the other subscription app that I checked, as well as several free or low cost apps did not show near the detail as the motion-x maps. Plus it is easy to use. Keep up the good work, still the best out there!!!
Tracks our bike, hike and snow shoe adventures. I don’t see a snow shoe mode so if there could be an improvement, that would be a suggestion. The map is great to look at where you’ve been afterward.
This app is great used it 3 times trying to figure out how to double track I’ll learn soon I hope
I am setting things up and this seems like a great app, and I’m excited to test it offline in the woods this weekend. I think this could be the gps app I’ve been looking for. I would like to suggest 3 things though. - Option to download a satellite view map. It would help so much for hunting! Since where I hunt and live is mostly flat land, we look for trails and tree lines for points of reference and you can’t see that from any of the other maps that can be downloaded for offline use. - Option to add notes to a waypoint, so I can put a longer paragraph description of why it is a point of interest to me. It’s hard to put everything about the waypoint you want to remember in a small name. - Sharing... I’m not going to have email access in the middle of nowhere. Sharing via airdrop or Bluetooth would be impressive.
I updated to an iPhone X recently and have changed my review from 5 to 1 star. Can’t pair a heart monitor. Developer keeps saying it will be fixed but it’s been a year now with no fix.
Was a great app, now becoming unreliable and not getting necessary updates. Track recording often loses my position partway through a recording even though other geo apps are working fine. Looks like the developer has lost interest in this app, which is too bad. Was a great GPS app. Looks like I need to find a new one. :-(
None of the supplied URL’s for custom maps seem to work anymore? I have tried every link I can find, even ones that used to work but not anymore. If you have cell reception it is ok but for offline maps look elsewhere.
Using it for work I track where I’ve been and how many miles and the time I traveled. Great app.
I have the full version and use it for all of the above. I like the ability to add photos to waypoint information (good way to remember what you caught at that spot). There are plenty of features that I haven’t learned to use yet, but may come in handy down the road.