FATMAP is the #1 app for mountain sports.
Explore the mountains with confidence
with the world's most advanced 3D outdoor map. Plan the perfect route, orientate
and navigate along the way, record your day and share it with the
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I was so excited when I first found this app and started using it. It was great. There were some features you could use for free: Downloadable Maps Limited overlays Etc. And there were some features that you could access once you purchased a membership. Until recently, I used this app regularly for scouting my trips into the back country. Then, in the latest major update this company decided that they would require the membership for most of the previously free features like overlays and downloadable maps. It’s absolutely disgusting when companies offer some features for free for a long time and then all the sudden decide to make those features paid features. I was going to buy the membership until they pulled this horrible business decision to screw over it’s past users.
I use Gaia Maps and Maplets (and Google Maps)- all these apps serve a distinct purpose. Unfortunately, this app does deserve the phone memory. On an iPhone SE the UI is a little choppy. This app is like Google Earth, it doesn’t really add any value beyond that for me. And being old fashioned, 2D topo maps are just fine to use when exploring outside. So what does this app need? I could see something like this being popular once AR is more widespread, but what it’s missing is everything else needed in backcountry navigation like layer support, trail names, route tracking, the ability the effortlessly find new trails.
I use it to orient myself to new ski areas before I arrive or maybe after a day or two, and it can be great for that. One huge annoyance: when you press a ski run to see its name and get info, the entire view reorients itself - I guess so you can see the entire run from an angle the developers like. Super annoying to have to re-orient the map manually each time I highlight a run. Makes me afraid to highlight a run at all Please fix this!
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