Some of the features added to this latest version include:
- Updated user interface.
- Three different map options now available: Street, Topo, and Satellite.
- For each map type, you can select the map source.
- Custom waypoints can be added to the navigation map - a must for multi-caches.
- Your active pocket queries can be downloaded to your device and accessed while you are outside of network coverage!
But now that I can download my pocket queries to the device, I may start using the iPodTouch more than my current smartphone/cachemate solution. Following are some screenshots of the new pocket query feature on the iPodTouch:
New Interface With Pocket Query Option
List Of My Active Pocket Queries
Selected Pocket Query Ready to Download
List of Saved Pocket Queries on Device
Cache List From Selected Pocket Query
(each one contains all the cache info.)
The other nice thing is that downloading the pocket queries to the Touch goes much faster than loading them into cachemate on my smartphone. My only complaint so far is that not all of my pocket queries show up on the active list in my device, and I haven't figured out why that is.
But for now, this is good enough to start testing to decide if it will become my new paperless caching solution. Stay tuned.