The snappiest offline topo maps Plan, track, analyze and share your outdoor adventures
Use in-app purchases to subscribe to high-quality, special-purpose maps, such as Ordnance Survey OpenData and Tour & Trail maps. Affordable and very flexible offline support for premium maps.
Know exactly which direction you are going.
Uncluttered map area, with unobtrusive controls and a traditional scale with track duration and distance.
Hardware-accelerated map drawing allows smooth and snappy display even with tens of thousands of track points.
Create your own dashboard
Select the tracks and axes freely
Manual or automatic calibration
Pick from many built-in online map sources (OpenStreetMap, Yahoo, Bing, Google and many other global and local providers).
Add more map sources using the configurable map sources (URL or WMS). Only premium maps are guaranteed: we may be forced to remove access to any of the other maps if requested by the rights-holders; this is regardless of whether you are using the Pro or Free version.
Save battery and data charges.
The map displays instantaneously.
Optionally falls back to an online map for areas not covered in the offline map.
No need to use desktop-based tools to create offline maps, you can do it in MyTrails, in the background.
Pause and resume the tile download.
Download on WiFi only to save data charges, or go wild.
Visualize your track at any time and analyse your course during or after the outdoor activity.
Visualize your previous outings and those uploaded to GPS community sites, so that you always pick a great trail.
Visualize the key indicators of the track (altitude, speed, rate of ascent, slope, GPS accuracy) right on the map with a detailed legend.
Get visual directions from point A to point B.
Vibrate, ring or spoken proximity notifications warn you of upcoming manoevers.
Manually add waypoints to indicate memorable spots or upcoming turns.
Waypoints are automatically generated when getting directions or when you take a break.
Share your tracks on My Trails or GPSies.
Download tracks shared by other users in your vicinity.
Upload to and download from Dropbox.
Easily switch between active maps by swiping three fingers left to right in the map view.
Pull down the HUD with information on your speed and altitude by swiping three fingers down your screen.
Plan your outing on a large-screen tablet, go out and have fun, and when you\’re back, view the track in full glory. Use Dropbox to seamlessly synchronize between devices.
MyTrails can perform actions that need internet access (track upload, normalization, etc.) at a later time, and adds a reminder.
Other advantages of using MyTrails
no bloat: the entire app is less than 4MB (version 1 was much slimmer, but screen densities have ballooned) and each feature is optimized to use as little storage and memory as possible