I was excited to use this app and it won’t load and has the worst picture. All maps I’ve ever used are better. Deleting.
There are no mountains in Indiana. What the heck Edit: after receiving an email from the dev for giving this 1 star review based off my own location rather than the app, I have come to the conclusion that topo maps is good. Thank u very much
I love this app. Here is why.... 1. Planning tool allows me to explore and plan new routes. It allows me to discover so much more. 2. Track recording keeps me on track and gives me a record of my hike or bike ride. 3. This app works without a cell connection. You can use it off the grid where you really need it. 4. I can print maps to use as a backup. 5. Works great in cities, bike rides, hikes or wherever you go. 6. Great support so you won’t get stuck without help.
Glacier Peak Studios, and Mathias, Stephen, Danny, et.al., are breaking new ground with Topo+ 2019. I’ve used it in many enviros, including urban/suburban, and it has features that apply effectively in these areas too. Good job.
One of the better topo map tools available and very friendly correspondence with a willingness to help. 👍
It has potential. It looks like a powerful tool, but honestly the map resolution is worse (on the free version) than my paper maps. I am not interested in paying to see what it could be. Same with the pro tools. Maybe they’re indispensable. Or maybe not really what I’m looking for.
I’ve tried all the other backcountry mapping apps, and I always come back to TopoMaps+. The interface is easy to use, looks (and behaves) native, the free version is very usable, and my goodness, the number of power-user features is amazing. I’ve been intensely mapping trails and points of interest for the last several years in a mountain range, and I’m able to keep my hundreds of waypoints and trails organized and at-hand because of the clever tagging system. There are a lot of good maps, even without the pro subscription or map pass. And the other hiking oriented features work great too (I love “Progress on Trail”). It’s saved my bacon several times when navigating off-trail in deep woods in the dark, so, thank you developers!
Awesomeness in all it’s splendor.
Just got back from the mountains of west Texas. Really enjoyed my iphone (which is my gps, camera, and compass) running topi maps +. Before hiking I subscribed and was able to download the needed high resolution maps but at the check in point only had 1-2 bars of service—so took 1/2 hour for just 4 sections. but worked fine. Tracked my hikes with magenta color and kept me from getting lost or circling. However—WHAT does it mean when the blue locator ball has a ray beam? ALSO—what is that wagging tail pointer needed for (on the blue ball)since its not pointing to magnetic North? So i give this app a 4 because of the skimpy outback “manual”. Hey some of us are new at digital GPS apps! Otherwise its a bargain and can save time or even lives. Nice app overall.