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Thread: Geocaching Apps for Android OS

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    I also log finds offline - ir I log them in Neongeo and then put better words together fo a fuller log when at home (using GSAK publish logs functionanilty).

    C:geo is OK but people should understand that it breaks the Groundspeak Terms of Use policy and that is why it will pretty much break everytime there is a website update.

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    I have taken the sage advice of Dr Dick and downloaded all the caching apps I can find(the only paid one being the GS app) Some work better than others in different locations, so I have a choice if the GS doesn't work may be the Beagle will etc., Download them all and try Most are free!!
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    I'm using CacheSense and it has more functionality than you can wave a stick thingy at. I used to go for c:geo and the GeoCaching.com app, but after beta testing CacheSense for a month I bought it and have stuck to that since.

    I use Locus Pro for OS and OpenStreet Hiking maps and Glympse to let the family know where I am from time to time when away on a longer walk.

    Oh, and I then turn them all off between caches or the battery will be flat half way round.
    A cache a day ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by esim View Post
    Oh, and I then turn them all off between caches or the battery will be flat half way round.
    Look on ebay for spare batteries - should be able to get 2 + a wall charger for under 15, sent from China. That solves any power woes

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    I am a very new cacher and am using c:geo on my android with no problems at all. I only use c:geo to back up my GPSr and it saves writing everything down before a trip out.
    I have recently got rid of a Windows phone (honestly, don't buy one they are rubbish) and used both gc.com's app and c:geo on the windows phone. I found that c:geo to be much better. Also does anyone know why GC.com's app is free on Windows but nearly 7 on android?

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    I believe that the windows app is not as comprehensive as the official geocaching app on Android and iPhone. I find that there is little difference between c:geo and the official app, certainly not worth paying out twice.
    Failures are finger posts on the road to achievement.

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    I use GC Buddy regularly for multi caches. It's rather handy top calculate the coordinates in the fields. It's available for both iOS and Android.

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