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Peak

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Apps
« on: 19:31:44, 18/02/21 »
Just wandering what others have on their phones that they consider essential, I have the following,
British Hills
O S Locate
Mountain Weather Information Service
Meteored Pro
Windy weather.
As you can see I like weather apps, these are the best I've found. Anyone recommend something else they consider essential?.






Slowcoach

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Re: Apps
« Reply #1 on: 19:48:32, 18/02/21 »
What3words
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Peak

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Re: Apps
« Reply #2 on: 20:28:43, 18/02/21 »
Keep thinking of that, is it ok.

Slowcoach

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Re: Apps
« Reply #3 on: 20:51:24, 18/02/21 »
Havenít had to use it yet, but it seems to be widely used and accepted.
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richardh1905

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Re: Apps
« Reply #4 on: 21:37:13, 18/02/21 »
None are essential to me, but I do have Viewranger, what3words and an app that gives your grid reference. Viewranger as a backup in case I really do get lost, and the other two just in case I need to make my position known to the emergency services.


Primary use of the phone is of course as a phone, secondary as a camera.
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