This what the Map view on the iPad looks like. The fiter button is currently tapped to give you an idea of how we are porting many of the controls over (from the iPhone version).
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about 1 year ago
Nothing to critique here...it's golden.
Double like, because it's going to be on the Ipad! :)
I'll never get sick of your work! Awesome stuff!
Where are you sourcing this map from of out curiosity? Is this just simply the terrain view of Google Maps for this region?
Still love the sliders. Great work!
I'm loving keep up this app. great work!
this was super useful in yellowstone last week. awesome all around.
@Anthony Dines we're just using Google Maps terrain view for the map (which is what is displayed here)
@Cole Rise Wow, we're flattered. So happy that you found it useful :)
I really like this shoot, thanks for this orgasm ^^
oh my goodness
That map is looking pretty epic.
Looks awesome, love the little button shadow details on the line slider. They are so tactile, I just want to play and touch.
More of a UX question than a UI feedback. with these controls being a slider for activity. A user can't select more than one activity at a time to show on the map. Are the categories not related or is there no use case that would require that functionality?
this map is beautiful!
Awesome geo-location widget!
@Ben Hockley Good question. We made them so you can select two things at once from separate rows. However, the items per row can only be selected one at a time. (which is fine since it correlates perfectly with the database)
I love the iPhone app! Can't wait to have this on my iPad. Hopefully in time for a summer trip?? :) Keep up the great work.
12 months ago
That's one sexy map
@Curtiss Prickett thanks! It'll be in the App Store by June 14th, and will sync with the iPhone app (Universal Build) :)
@Victor Mathieux thanks, but we can't take any credit for the map - it's Google maps (terrain view) of the Grand Canyon
Well you make it look awesome in that interface. Quite cohesive.
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