We have made it super easy to cancel Anchor Pointer Compass GPS subscription
at the root to avoid any and all mediums "Alexander Deplov" (the developer) uses to bill you.
Now let us get into the crux of this guide.
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A few things to note and do before cancelling:
To cancel your Anchor Pointer Compass GPS subscription on PayPal, do the following:
To delete Anchor Pointer Compass GPS from your iPhone, Follow these steps:
Use your iPhone to navigate even without an internet connection! Travel safely. Save a place or a parked car. Find it easily later! How often do you spend 10-15 minutes looking for your car in a big parking lot? With Anchor Pointer you can find your parked car in less than a minute*. User Feedbacks “I used it while hiking on the river bluffs today and tested it. It worked great. Took me right back to my car and even showed how far away in it was.” — by Bjverano “Unbelievably Easy and Accurate!!! Finally a GPS that does have all the clutter that a normal GPS would have. For off-road driving and hiking it's a MUST!!!” — by Jimbo6765 “Having recently spent a weekend hiking in the Peak District I found myself using this app constantly to help with orienteering. The app lends itself to so many different uses (the Park facility being just one of them). Recommended!” — by S N Khan * Park Car only works in open parking lots due to GPS restrictions.
I was looking for a better app to pin my car and I also wanted an app that pins various locations. I thought I found it here, but it has some flaws. I sat in a location and dropped an anchor. I went back to the app later and checked the anchor and it said I was 24 yards from the anchor. I never moved from the spot I dropped it! Also, if you want to get back to your car, it isn't as accurate as it should be. The latitude and longitude pin should always be exactly the same if you drop an anchor or mark your car. For some reason it will take you to the approximate location, but not exactly. It would be a great app if it could be more consistent and accurate. Please improve it so it can be much more reliable. Update: It looks like it was fixed. I will try it again on the car marking, but it seems like it’s better! Thanks for the fix!!!!
If you’re hiking, or traveling in an unknown zone with no reliable cell coverage, you can use this app to pin markers and easily go back to them. The modern technological equivalent of Theseus thread. This app can get you out of places and find your way to coordinates. Best of all, it doesn’t need cell phone coverage to work!
Doesn’t take up much room, loads fast. Nicely done. Keep it on your home screen so you don’t go looking for it when you want to tag a position in a hurry, like a store or restaurant you finally found on the way to somewhere else.
Easy to use! After using it for a couple of weeks I give this app 5 stars! I like it’s simplicity. How I can copy long. And lay. Into the search window to find remote campgrounds. I also like how it interfaces with Apple maps and all of Its capabilities! Thank you!
AnchorPointer hits the sweet spot of features and ease of use. There are similar apps with more features but have a learning curve, and those that are simpler but don’t have everything you need. Key pluses: - very simple to save points and get back to them with “radar” - a “car” mode that over-writes - a simple map - connection to Apple or Google maps for long-way directions - the best way of sending a point to another person Minuses: - the “car” mode can be very slow to start up
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