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ViewRanger app launches on Amazons Kindle Fire Tablets


Article by: Darren Griffin
Date: 16 Jan 2014

pocketgpsworld.com
ViewRanger's popular mapping app has been launched in Amazon's App Store making it available, for the first time, on their popular Kindle Fire range of tablets.

The app, ViewRanger Outdoors GPS & Maps, is a free download and comes with unlimited access to mapping from OpenStreetMap, OpenCycleMap and Bing Ariel imagery. Maps can be downloaded to your Kindle Fire for use as and when required.

If you need more detailed mapping, you can purchase high revolution topographic mapping from Ordnance Survey, and other national agencies, licensed mapping for 22 countries world-wide is available including the USA, Canada, New Zealand and most European countries.

An extensive library of trails is also available with recommended routes from local experts and tourism organisations plus the ViewRanger community and a companion desktop website, MyViewRanger.com allows easy plotting of routes etc.

Source: www.viewranger.com



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Posted by sausages on Fri Jan 17, 2014 9:41 am Reply with quote

High revolution maps? Is this a new thing I've missed out on?


 
Posted by coliff on Fri Jan 17, 2014 10:05 am Reply with quote

Problem is, the WiFi Kindle Fire doesn't have GPS so not sure how helpful this is going to be for most people...


 
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