CritterMap Software LLC
100,000 - 500,000 downloads
by Kenny Daniel on 29/08/2014
Perfect for hiking, climbing, etc. Download topos and imagery!
by Eddie Wilson on 29/08/2014
Uk use - excellent way of browsing OS 1:25000 and 1:50000 maps. Areas can be selected for download and used offline when out in the mountains. Amazingly, there is no per tile subscription or fee for this service - a different model to the OS's own very expensive app, which I guess has extra functionalities - but hey, I don't need them. Backcountry Navigator is the real deal for adventuring / mount
by jason froats on 28/08/2014
have used it a few times and really like it..takes some learning to get around with what the button symbols are but has good instructions.
by stan corcoran on 26/08/2014
this app is awesome it has everything you'll need and then some. I have a lot of GPS systems but this is my favorite.
by Alfred Jackson on 25/08/2014
Day hike in Colorado as a hobby whenever I am in the state. Love to turn on my BackCountry Navigator and track the trip. Easy to use and records great information.
by Eyezat Newtonnc on 24/08/2014
I use this at work laying out natural gas pipelines. I use it when out of town with my family to look around areas where we stay. I love the access to multiple map sources. I use Google Nexus 7" v1.
by Mike Kircher on 24/08/2014
Before I got this app, I purchased a Garmin ETrex 20 for about $160. The ETrex is a great improvement over my 15 year old Garmin GPS III, especially because you can download free topo maps into it from GPS File Depot. I found, though, that the small screen on the Etrex was frustrating to use at times if one has experience using large paper topo maps, which also have their drawbacks. On an impul
by Russell Taylor on 23/08/2014
Works as advertised. Great!
by Duncan Dawdry on 23/08/2014
Great app after a bit of a learning curve, so don't give up! This might be a dumb question but in the compass, why is the 'S' ( for South) reversed?
by Jeff Green on 23/08/2014
Just returned from a 45 mile of the JMT and loved the BC Nav Pro app. I had populated the map with known campsites before the trip and it was incredibly convenient to be able to plan a night's stay without searching for a flat campsite. My only request would be to be able to input waypoints on a PC and have them sync with my Samsung Galaxy.
by John Bursch on 23/08/2014
My Galaxy S5 Active has all the features of a dedicated hand held/hiking GPS, and a much bigger screen. Extra cost topo maps have all the trails I use, so far. Galaxy's bright screen can be zoomed and read in bright daylight. GPS turns on and locates current position in just a few moments. Love this software and my new phone!
by Scott Liesener on 22/08/2014
I use this app on Lake Powell in Utah. Regular lake maps are ok for daytime boating, but finding your way at night, when you have an emergency, can be very stressful, if not imposible. We just record a track when headed out to our favorite camp site, staying clear of shorelines and obstacles. Then later, if we need to go back to the marina at night, we just follow the same track back. Even in the
by Ken Owen on 22/08/2014
Perfect for me when hiking local, short trails.
by Rodman Abdu on 21/08/2014
Great for backcountry wanderings. They don't follow Android interface conventions, so it takes a little longer to learn.
by Charles Morrison on 21/08/2014
This is the best app for hunters, hikers, anything outdoor. I use it for hunting. While scouting I trace my route, mark when I see "game" after days/weeks of scouting it's very easy to review prone location for the game I'm hunting. 10 stars easy!