We have made it super easy to cancel Scenic Motorcycle Navigation subscription
at the root to avoid any and all mediums "Applified Life Inc." (the developer) uses to bill you.
Now let us get into the crux of this guide.
Table of Contents:
A few things to note and do before cancelling:
To cancel your Scenic Motorcycle Navigation subscription on PayPal, do the following:
*Pro-tip: Once you visit any of the links above, Use your browser "Find on page" to find "@". It immediately shows the neccessary emails.
To delete Scenic Motorcycle Navigation from your iPhone, Follow these steps:
Sure there are better options out there for routing and navigating your rides but they’ll cost you $500+. This app combined with a phone mount and power source is just as useful. Route sharing is easy and uses standard GpX files that are fairly universal no matter what system your friends are using. Creating a route within the app is easy and can be done without struggle while eating lunch and shared with everyone immediately. One of my favorite features is to search for already popular rides and edit them to cater to your needs along the route. This is like having a tour guide everywhere you go as many local riders share good routes for you to enjoy when you’re in a new area and for the most part I’ve found them to be some amazing rides I never would’ve found otherwise. I’d recommend anyone give this app a try. Spend an hour or two playing around with it and I’m sure you’ll start to understand how it works and find new rides around your area you probably never knew of. One downside is when your routing preference is set to “extra curvy” it will send you down a lot of dead end roads and it’s especially good at seeking out roundabouts. Not a major issue, just pay attention when letting it plan your route for you and you can fix it in less than 5 minutes using waypoints.
I’ve live in middle TN area for many years and know a lot of fun roads to ride but when planning a ride typical mapping apps just get you there the fastest and don’t send you on the winding fun roads to ride. I had taken a ride to Chattanooga last weekend on major roads so on the way back I wanted a challenge. It took me about 5 minutes once I dropped my start pin on the map to come up with a beautiful ride home up and down mountains on very challenging roads. I chose to pick my own roads, but if you don’t want to take the time do that simply put in your start and stop location and the app will give you an typical mapping route until you hit the winding road button and viola it reroutes you onto a scenic route you will enjoy. This feature will be nice when I’m somewhere I’m not so familiar with! The app is very easy to use! Job well done! After getting home from that first experience I actually paid for the app. For me that’s saying a lot about an app because I never pay for apps, but this one is worth it!!!! Last night i sat down and planned out today’s adventure! I can see many fun rides in my future that take me to places that I’ve never ridden before because I didn’t have a way to plan my route the way I wanted to go, but now I can. This app is amazing!
The night before a big ride I decided I need to up my trip planning and route guidance tools. I was still using routes designed in Google Maps that I printed and stuffed into my tank map pocket. I would run Waze as a way to always know where on the map I was. I was not willing to shell out the money for a dedicated GPS as I knew someone would eventually come up with an app for us bikers...hello Scenic. I less tag an hour I designed the route using Google My Maps, downloaded the KMZ file, dropped it into the Scenic Desktop App. Open the app on your iPhone, complete the download and go ride. Everything went flawless until my phone died on hour 6 the day of the ride (didn’t know my charger cord came unplugged under my seat). Given that, my ONLY comment would be to have the battery status be visible while using the app - oh, current time of day as well. Thx Guido!
I’ve looked at a lot of different options for navigation while motorcycling, and while there are a number of apps / devices that do some things well, Scenic is the only one that puts a check in the box next to all of my must-haves: - has to have downloadable maps: Scenic gives you a set amount of credits for downloading maps of desired states, with the ability to purchase more. I live in New England, so I ride a lot of different states, but the allotted amount of credits has been enough to cover all the states I ride in (7 so far). There’s no pulling you in with 1 state and then dinging you for the rest. Also, when maps need updating, that doesn’t go against your credits. Scenic doesn’t have those hidden costs so prevalent today. - has to accept custom maps from other sites: I use Kurviger to really detail my maps, and I love the fact that I can import this directly and simply. Scenic supports a number of formats from a number of different providers. - has to have good, clean interface when riding. The interface is very simple and clean. It’s easy to glance down under way and not get distracted. All in all a lot of great features and good value for the money. The only alternative I can see is a $700 Zumo, which, while nice, is hard to justify when Scenic exists.
Let’s face bikers spend lots of money on gear without question - but we get so annoying when we have to pay a few dollars for an app- we think everything should be free- well I am embarking on a 2000+ mile journey from New Orleans to Montreal and this app has proven to be absolutely amazing - I gave up trying to plan it out on the Garmin desktop app - THIS app was designed for bikers and it shows. It’s easy, intuitive, it crosses platforms so I can route plan on my iPad and pick it up on my iPhone while riding. Is it worth the $ to get the premium version with lifetime updates and offline maps - you bet it is - if we don’t patronize developers like this - top notch apps just wont exist. So for the price of a few tanks of fuel and a couple of burgers this is WELL worth it. Kudos to the developer here. Thanks and please keep it up.
Leave a comment: