Do you love playing around with maps and gadgets? Are you a map lover and iPhone or iPad user? Do you have topographic or specialised maps of your favourite area and would love to have them on your mobile device? Nik Sands, Bushwalk Tasmania founder and map guru, has announced the release of an upgrade to his Bit Map iPhone or iPad application.
Tweet Bit Map is an iPhone application that allows you to store and view your specialised topographic maps offline on your iPhone. Load your own maps onto your iPhone, and when you visit the outdoors while hiking, backpacking, bushwalking, cycling or trekking, you can view your own maps without cell or mobile network access. If […]
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