Natural Atlas: Trail Map & GPS

Natural Atlas: Trail Map & GPS

Category: Navigation
Version: 4.0.1
Adult Rating: 4+
Filesize: 186.21 MB
Developer: Natural Atlas
Compatibility:   iOS 12.0 +.
Score: 4.75
From 96 Ratings



Natural Atlas: Trail Map & GPS 4.0.1 IPA. Natural Atlas: Trail Map & GPS for iPhone/iPad. Natural Atlas: Trail Map & GPS latest version free download. Download Natural Atlas: Trail Map & GPS 4.0.1 for iPhone/iPad by Natural Atlas directly from Apple Appstore. This app version requires iOS 4+ to be able to install and run.

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Explore nature in a new way with the ultimate field guide and recorder. Navigate with super-detailed original maps, discover local plants and animals, and build an atlas of your journeys and memories. If you’re into hiking and nature, Natural Atlas is for you. Filled with practical tools for the hiker, as well as all sorts of inspiring context about the environment you are standing – Natural Atlas is designed to help everyone discover more when out on the trail. ■ ORIGINAL MAPS Natural Atlas maps are crafted in-house, packed with detail, designed to awaken a spirit of discovery – all available offline. – 11,000+ Campgrounds – 359,000+ mi of Trails – 46,600+ mi of Historic Routes – 23,000+ Boat Ramps – Emphasis on Natural Features (Geysers, Hot Springs, Sequoias, etc) ■ LEARN ABOUT YOUR SURROUNDINGS A field guide of the future that adapts to where you're standing using GPS – Local Plants, Animals, and Fungi – Local Geology – Local Tides / River Levels – Fish Species by Waterbody ■ RECORD YOUR HIKES Record Memories & Contribute To Something Bigger In The Process – Track your path on the map – Keep track of stats like elevation & distance – Search for Interesting Details: keep an eye out for things that catch your interest or that you haven’t come across before – Take Field Notes: snap a photo to save your finding to your catalog of discoveries – Classify Your Findings: organize your notes by choosing a classification from Natural Atlas’ taxonomy of nature – Help Build A Better Understanding of Nature: your field notes help map the biodiversity of your ecosystem, improve species suggestions, and improve range maps ■ BUILD YOUR ATLAS All of your recorded trips and field notes funnel into a rich profile of your times outside that you can look back on and share with friends. – Notes Organized by Classification – Customizable Cover Photos – Ecoregions Explored Map – Photo Gallery – Save Places You’ve Been or Want to Visit ■ GET MORE WITH PLUS SUBSCRIPTION Upgrade to Natural Atlas Plus (billed yearly) to get the complete Natural Atlas experience. It includes everything you need to navigate and discover while on your next trip outdoors. – Download Offline Maps – Measure Routes (Determine distances, snapped to trails and roads on the map) – Access Premium Maps (USA only) + Public Lands Map (based off BLM SMA data) – Shows FS (including inholdings), BLM, NPS, BIA, Bureau of Reclamation, State, and Private - Designed for the Western USA + Geology Map – shows geologic formations, faults, and folds + Satellite Map – see features of the topo overlaid on top of aerial imagery – Generate PDF Maps and print from home – Unlock all Local Flora and Fauna and download for offline use – Sunrise, Sunset, Golden Hour Times, Moon Illumination Info – Private Notes & Trips: Want to note a fishing hole but not publicize it? Mark it as private to make it for your eyes only – Download GPX Files – Interactive Range Maps – Check Latest Tides & River Levels You can subscribe & pay through your iTunes account. Manage your subscription via the main Settings app: Subscriptions auto-renew unless turned off at least 24hrs before the end of the current period. Your iTunes account will be charged for renewal within 24hrs prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal ■ CLOUD SYNC Your recorded trips and notes automatically sync to your Natural Atlas account, available at Review & share your trips online with friends, family, and the Natural Atlas community ■ SUPPORT [email protected] ■ DISCLAIMERS [Battery Life] We do everything we can to make the app low power when recording, but GPS is notorious for reducing battery life [Sensitive Places] Notes of certain sensitive topics like petroglyphs are private by default whether you’ve upgraded to Plus or not Terms: Privacy Policy:

  • This is the one

    By Cpsbodie
    I’ve tried several apps to document my kayaking trips including relive and some others. This is by far the best solution for my needs. So much detail and interesting facts about your trip provided by the app without you even trying. The only thing I wish it could add would be pictures, but I have a gopro for that so I’m happy as I could be with the app. Thank you!
  • Just get it already

    By gdvjgtu
    I don’t write reviews ever but this is the best app I’ve ever owned and it felt unfair to not give the developers credit, I don’t use it for the typical hike,bike,camping aspects of the app that they portray. If you are a fisherman get it. I track all of my floats, wades and trips. It shows elevation changes, average speed, miles etc. and you can add notes for each trip, best app Ive ever owned and I won’t go on a trip even if it’s just to a small creek to wade without it.
  • Has potential

    By Kliffyyyy
    The ocean topography map is awesome, however it feels the features are quite limited. Would be cool if we could input our own gps coordinates rather than only taking what the phone reads or even measuring distances, etc
  • Once the best. Now neglected.

    By Schnautz07
    When I first started using Natural Atlas, I was confident that I had found the best app for recording my hikes. It didn’t have all the trails I sought, but the developers were very responsive and mapped new trails within a few weeks of someone recording them. 
    Then, all of a sudden, their base maps stopped working. The developers said they were aware of the issue, and would be releasing an update to fix it soon. 
    That was 2.5 years ago. 
    It’s been 3 years since this app has been updated, and it’s quickly falling from favor in my books. 
    Maps that don’t load, and the lack of development are sure to be the nail in this once-great app.

    By Maytao303
    State of Colorado uses your maps and it’s absolutely the BEST outdoor map I’ve ever came across! Easy to read! Now only if you can get other states aboard for there trails and camp sites would be AMAZING
  • Satellite option has never worked

    By żxxxvbnnnnkjg dash
    Need to get the satellite map working!
  • Awesome

    By blaskoa
    By far the best I have used many others. Looks like orb hasn’t had any updates for two years so hopefully there is support. I got the paid version if no support I guess I wouldn’t renew. But as of now it’s the best
  • No support for iPhoneX or newer

    By StanJose
    Natural Atlas has the best maps, hands down. They are beautiful to look at and the easiest to read of all the various mapping apps out there. However as of the time of this review, the app hasn’t been updated in 2 years and appears letterboxed on any iPhone with a notch, losing about 20% of the available screen space. Crossing my fingers that the developer will be able to get back to this app at some point. I will happily adjust my rating if that ever happens.
  • The best!

    By Alluecolumvus
    I’ve used pretty much every atlas, topo, trail, etc. app out there, and this one is my favorite by far.
  • Beautiful maps, but...

    By DReihl9896
    These are by far the nicest maps I have used.  They look beautiful and provide all the detail that one would want without seeming cluttered.  However, the app lacks some of the user friendliness in the field that other hiking apps provide.  Full screen mode as well as being able to see private notes and waypoints on the main map (without having to go through menus to find them)would go a long way in terms of creating a user experience that matches the beauty of the maps themselves, and that surpasses the value of the subscription price.  As it stands, a better experience may be had by utilizing another topo app that licenses these maps.


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