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Explore the outdoors with Trail Maps by National Geographic

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Navigate through the backcountry or your urban jungle with Trail Maps by National Geographic. Loaded with seamless, high-resolution USGS topographic maps for the lower 48 states and GPS functionality, this app provides the detailed maps you'll need for a safe and fun trip. The maps and high-resolution Microsoft Bing aerial images can be downloaded onto your device, so there is no need for network access while you're exploring the outdoors. Track your hikes and mountain bike trips or just your walk around town.
For only $2.99, Trail Maps includes more than 55,000 seamless USGS topographic map quads and Microsoft Bing aerial images for the contiguous U.S. -- including immediate online access and the ability to download both USGS quads and aerial images for offline use.
GPS function enables the creation of waypoints and live tracking and includes measuring tools and a trip computer with distance, time and speed calculations.
Search for places of interest.
Email and share your tracks with GPS devices and software.
Find your way with a digital compass.
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