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    Old road - track.

    Which of the 2 HEMA apps do you have Hema 4wd or Hema Explorer?

    Laurie
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strop View Post
    Would be interested to see if this comes up in your map programs. Warra National Park. Hema maps shows the road up to the start of the National Park - nothing after that. Google maps shows the tracks into the park. Warra National Park. - between Armidale and Glen Innes NSW.

    All the best

    Laurie
    MudMap 3 gives me these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain_Rightfoot View Post
    I just thought I'd post up because on my sick day - in between coughing a lung up and snotting everywhere I managed to get some cool stuff done with my Hema App.

    Overall - I'm very happy with the App. Yes there are some limitations but overall it works pretty well, and uses your existing hardware so cheap.
    Sorry for the hijack Any other Hema App users on Apple?

    I had a look at the Hema App on my phone today and with in app purchases you can buy the 25k topo maps for NSW for $100. Same for Vic, SA etc. The Hema App lets you download the map on a trial basis. Did that and zoomed in but the Hema App did not drop into the topi map - had to select it manually.

    I will have to look at mud maps 3 which costs $100 but I think it comes with the 25k topi maps for the east coast. Perhaps better value.

    Hope you are feeling better. I will have to try your imports.

    All the best

    Laurie
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    Laurie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Strop View Post
    Sorry for the hijack Any other Hema App users on Apple?

    I had a look at the Hema App on my phone today and with in app purchases you can buy the 25k topo maps for NSW for $100. Same for Vic, SA etc. The Hema App lets you download the map on a trial basis. Did that and zoomed in but the Hema App did not drop into the topi map - had to select it manually.

    I will have to look at mud maps 3 which costs $100 but I think it comes with the 25k topi maps for the east coast. Perhaps better value.

    Hope you are feeling better. I will have to try your imports.

    All the best

    Laurie
    MM 3 is good, but I'd do my research into the developer. There are quite a few people 'displeased' with them.

    Mud Maps2 VS Hema VS Oziexplorer
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    Thanks guys.. I found the buy more maps in the hema app.
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    I've got the Hema app, but late last year picked up memory map (Memory-Map Aus/NZ | Topo Maps | Marine Charts | GPS Software for PC Android and iOS)

    The thing I like about it over Hema and others is that when you buy the maps, in most cases you are licensed to use it on multiple machines. I buy the maps from the memory map site rather than through apple.

    So I have topo maps for Vic and SA as well as the Westprint series of outback maps - loaded to my phone, my iPad, my desktop and my laptop and I only have to buy each set of maps once. The Hema Maps are available for it too...

    Aus Maps : Topo maps | 4WD maps | Australia maps | PC : iPad : Android | Memory-Map Aus/NZ

    Very happy with it - similar functionality to the Hema app - but not locked in

    As for Mud Maps... I bought MM1.... then I paid again for MM2...... wasn't willing to do the same again for MM3....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bytemrk View Post
    I've got the Hema app, but late last year picked up memory map (Memory-Map Aus/NZ | Topo Maps | Marine Charts | GPS Software for PC Android and iOS)

    The thing I like about it over Hema and others is that when you buy the maps, in most cases you are licensed to use it on multiple machines. I buy the maps from the memory map site rather than through apple.

    So I have topo maps for Vic and SA as well as the Westprint series of outback maps - loaded to my phone, my iPad, my desktop and my laptop and I only have to buy each set of maps once. The Hema Maps are available for it too...

    Aus Maps : Topo maps | 4WD maps | Australia maps | PC : iPad : Android | Memory-Map Aus/NZ

    Very happy with it - similar functionality to the Hema app - but not locked in

    As for Mud Maps... I bought MM1.... then I paid again for MM2...... wasn't willing to do the same again for MM3....
    Thing I like about Memory Map is that, if you go through the website, rather than the App Store, you can have a trial of a map.
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    True!... I forgot that...
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    Thumbs up

    I use Memory Map for my HEMA 4x4 and TOPO maps, I also have ExplorOZ maps and WestPrint maps on my Android.
    Memory maps is a great interface for all these maps, and it means I have maps on my Android Tablet, Android Phone, my laptop and desktop running windows.


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    We just came back from a trip... and a couple of the people had the old ozi exporer and hema units which I think used windows CE?

    It's probably not entirely fair as they were a few years old. Either way - both were so hard to use they were close to useless. Even basic functions were buried in a rabbit warren of obtuse menus. And then,, just operating the devices were nearly impossible. Using fingers didn't work so both had to be operated by stylus.. again pretty well impossible in a moving car.

    The hema app doesn't have all the features of dedicated GPS units but it sure is very easy and intuitive to use what it has.
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