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The whole concept is the way to go. Thanks for your work on this tool. I do have some questions.Currently, we just have apps for three routes, the TransAm, Pacific Coast and Route 66. The app downloads are free. It sounds like you downloaded the apps the correct way. As we gather feedback on the current three apps we will decide on what direction to take in the future. It may be more individual route apps or one app that can handle the entire ACA route network.
First, I think I have downloaded the app. There was no choice on the Apple App Store for just downloading the app, but it appears to have downloaded OK by selecting an actual route. I'll be downloading the free route segment to try it out. If this isn't how you download the app, please advise.
Second, what is AC's plan on updating the online maps and associated information? You're certainly capable of rolling in changes right away, perhaps after verifying them. Will the information in the Addenda for paper maps be folded into the online maps, in a timely manner? This is really a work process question, but the process is always more important than the tool.
Third, THANK YOU for including a real Help section. So many tablet apps have no help, no manuals, and no contact capability. (Or its poor cousin, relying on other users in a forum for user assistance.) You're expected to intuit how it works, and sometimes it isn't intuitive - these people make me nuts, and I refuse to use their apps. You have a brief but apparently complete how-to, backed up by this forum. Good job.Thanks!
Fourth, will the downloaded sections align with the paper map sections, and carry the same numbering? It would be poor form not to. I think I saw that the sections download, just wondering if you'll be carrying the same identifying map and section numbers.
Finally, it is my intention to purchase the Northern Tier sections that I have occasion to use. Any idea when they'll be released?
Thanks for the detailed explanation! I've purchased all 12 sections now and look forward to using the app as I race the Trans Am in June!Let us know if you have other questions. Good luck in June! Have a great ride.
Thanks for the reply. So if I turn only lodging on, then view the map, I see the ACA lodging icons along the entire section of the route. I tap an icon and see something like "Holiday Inn .2 miles of route." Then I can click that popup and see the service's street address and phone number. Why doesn't it work the same for food? If I turn food on I see only those 2 icons on the entire first section.
I checked out Showers Pass, but their pants only seemed to have 33" inseam. Does anyone know of some good rain gear that has tall sizes? Something for us 36" inseam dudes?
Is there any good software to store the route while in development?