Mapping from my iPad

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Murphangler
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Mapping from my iPad

Post by Murphangler » Tue Jan 12, 2016 11:42 pm

Pic I took from my iPad planning a route using the Dock-to-dock autoroute feature on the Navionics app. Travel time and distance for each waypoint on my way from the launch to the lock, so I can see exactly how much time I will have to reach the lock in time. pretty sweet freature that will allow me to have much more efficient practice when I head down to compete in the Southern open #1 on Toho.
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brendanc
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Re: Mapping from my iPad

Post by brendanc » Thu Jan 14, 2016 1:07 am

That's a nice feature. So you bring your iPad on the water with you during practice?
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Murphangler
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Re: Mapping from my iPad

Post by Murphangler » Thu Jan 14, 2016 9:15 pm

Brendan I have it mounted to the console using a Ram locking mount. Ill switch between the app and Google maps for aerial views of where I am....and to play Clash of Clans when the fishing is bad.....
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Re: Mapping from my iPad

Post by brendanc » Fri Feb 12, 2016 6:40 pm

lol... Clash of clans, that's awesome! I like the idea of pulling up the satellite maps on the water. I used to take screen captures of the areas I was going to and stored them on my phone and/pr tablet back when you could access the internet to readily on the water.
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