For quite a long time I am working on Version 2.4. In this I had to re-develop some of the key functions of Looking4Cache. This was necessary to receive the known stability before iOS 10 was released. For example these are the whole geocaching.com connection and the the offline maps. I will give you a short preview of the new offline maps:
High zoom level:
If you zoom out the map will have more contrast than the current ones. Streets with contours are better visible. Most towns and villages with labels. I redefined all visible details for each zoom level.
The new maps only require a quarter of memory space. Like whole Germany will have 1.5 GB including contour lines.
This weekend is a good time to start using Looking4Cache Pro: I have reduced the Pro version for the next days to 3.99US$ or 3.99€.
So be sure to act or tell your friends who are still undecided 😉
Link to L4C Pro in the AppStore
UPDATE: L4C was on sale between 07/01/16 and 07/04/16. The term “This weekend” refers to the day I wrote this blog post.
In the new released version 2.3.3 of Looking4Cache Lite you have the chance to test the most function of the Pro version for 45 days. When starting the app the first time you will be asked if you want to join the test.
Some functions that are close to the iOS system I can´t provide in the test, like the Safari Extension and the ‘Open in..’ function for GPX files.
Here is a list with the differences between Lite and Pro: Differences Lite and Pro Version
Most of you recognize that English is not my native language when using Looking4Cache. I give my best to provide a proper translation, but I think this will not satisfy a native speaker.
And that is way I ask you to help me if you are a good English speaker. I created a webpage where you can view and revise my own translation.
Thanks for all your help!