Maplets – The Offline Maps App

Maplets – The Offline Maps App

By Zaia Design

  • Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2009-12-10
  • Current Version: 3.9
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 20.67 MB
  • Developer: Zaia Design
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 1,447 Ratings

Description

• Maplets is the most comprehensive offline map app on the app store, with over 2 million map downloads by our users! • • More than 10,000 maps in the US and worldwide including Yosemite, New York Subway, London Tube, Yellowstone, Grand Canyon, State Parks, and more. • Maplets is the perfect compliment to Google Maps: You can download and store maps of national parks, state parks, metro, subway, bike maps, ski resorts, college campuses, zoos, theme parks and more! In addition, this is an iPhone and iPad universal app so there's no need to purchase the app separately for all your devices. You do not need to purchase the more specific maplets apps such as Bike Maps or Metro Maps if you already own the full version. Maplets has access to the entire database of maps. Please visit http://www.mobilemaplets.com/places to see a list of all available maps. Here are some examples: P R E S S ————— ▶ Selected by WIRED App Guide as one of the “Outstanding Apps” in the Productivity category and rated it “Buy It Now” ▶ Featured by Apple in 'Apps for the Great Outdoors' and one of the Staff Favourites NATIONAL and STATE PARKS: —————————————— 1000+ National and State Parks, including: • Yosemite National Park • Yellowstone National Park • Grand Canyon National Park ... in fact, ALL the US National Parks, National Monuments, National Seashores are available • State Parks in every state • Local parks such as Central Park, Prospect Park, Griffith Park … METRO and TRANSIT MAPS: —————————————— 300+ Metro, Subway, Bus and Train system maps • New York City Subway • London Tube Map • Paris Metro • San Francisco Muni • Washington Metro • MARTA • SEPTA … and many more! BIKE TRAILS MAPS: —————————————— 500+ maps for bike routes, rail trails, ATV, OHV or snowmobiling, including: • Los Angeles Bike Map • Portland Bike Maps • St Louis Bike Map • Washington DC Bike Map • Many rail trail maps • Even Bike Maps in UK and other countries … and much more! And then there are SKI RESORTS, UNIVERSITY CAMPUSES, ZOOS, THEME PARKS … There are just too many maps to list! F E A T U R E S ——————— • Add notes to any map: – Add a pin to mark a meeting point, draw a line to measure a distance or add a path sketch a route - Share your notes with friends or export for backup – Undo/redo and editing capabilities • Every map download is free, with a continually updated source of maps. • High Resolution and Fast – Much faster than viewing the equivalent PDFs on iPhones and iPads • Once maps are downloaded, they are stored on the device for quick access even if you have slow or no internet connection at the location. • GPS location for supported maps (see website for complete list). Please note that there's no turn-by-turn navigation feature at this point • Organize your maps into folders • Notification of new map updates • Hotlinks to get up-to-date information such as weather, snow report. Requires live internet connection. S U P P O R T ——————— If you'd like to see a park or place near you use Maplets, feel free to suggest it to us and we'll do our best to add it. Map requests are subject to availability of the particular map. If you are an institution wishing to publish your map on our system, please contact us at accounts@mobilemaplets.com For reporting bug, missing map information or feedback, please visit: http://www.mobilemaplets.com/support

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Reviews

  • Amazing offline gps maps of nearly everything!

    5
    By Nat park lover
    One of my very favorite apps. If you ever travel- get it now :)
  • Rather useless

    1
    By elliso92
    Basically a collection of maps you can get for free through other websites and low resolution screen captures of copyrighted maps that other users have posted.
  • Love the app and the offline concept

    4
    By rkgdroid
    Maps could be of better resolution, and more frequently updated.
  • One of the best apps I’ve ever used

    5
    By Gedawei
    I love maps. I also love hiking and off-roading at parks and forests. So it’s no wonder that I love Maplets. The single best feature it offers, in my humble opinion, is giving us users the ability to track (via our phone’s gps) where we are on a highly detailed pdf map. The first time I saw that on my phone, I was blown away, and I still am. It’s just a beautiful and useful tool for exploring beautiful, remote places.
  • I wish there was six-stars

    5
    By AngryBi1l
    This is handy as all get out. I’m actually surprised Google Maps or something similar hasn’t bought Maplets out and incorporated the functionality
  • Great app, minor problem

    4
    By Ferengii
    I use the offline maps/brochures for all of our travels, especially on our long distance bicycling trips. One issue: the tips pop up when you search for a new map and cover up the search field on my iphoneX.
  • Maplets is great, very responsive

    5
    By steveananda
    I love Maplets I've been using it for years. I use it for planning for inspiration and even on-site out in the field. I find it especially useful to see you what's near me by distance. It also decreases the amount of paper I need to use. It is totally convenient to have it on all of my devices. Out of all the the hundreds of apps I have, I use this is one a lot, it is one of my very favorites.
  • Snowmobile trip pleaser

    5
    By Speedpilot123
    Best trail map app I've ever used. Made our trip safer and more fun! Whole family rides now that we always have an up to date map. Makes night riding much more practical!
  • Maplet app

    5
    By Itooktheredpill
    Very useful app, use it frequently when traveling.International travel a must have app
  • Best app for travel

    5
    By Srheid
    Seeing exactly where you are on the map is great. Only we as users can make it better by contributing maps and making donations. This is the first ap I check when headed to a new area when headed into the back country or a national park.

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