skier0284 wrote:2. From my brief time playing with the app thus far I have one item on the "wish list." If there was a page with simple "check mark boxes" to select and un-select for those peak-route combos that you wanted to make available offline. It would be great for someone going on multi-day trip to select a few peaks/route combos to download before heading out and then be able to delete that "data" upon return so it is not clogging up storage on the phone.
I think that having some sort of "offline cache manager" screen from which you could easily delete all of your saved pictures would be a good feature, and I've added it my list of features for version 2.0. I'm less keen on being able to quickly download multiple routes at a time, because I think that having people go to each route page encourages them to research the route a bit before heading out, which I think is valuable and may prevent newbies from accidentally setting out on a difficult route without realizing it.
ktn44 wrote:when opening an overview map and zooming in and out it says "tip: double tap to zoom in and out". This doesn't work, at least on my MyTouch 4G. Double tapping the map does nothing. Not a big deal but an unnecessary tip...
That's an annoying one, and I've seen it too, though rarely. This isn't something that I'm showing, it's another thing that the system is doing for me. The long term fix is to switch away from using the webview for displaying those images, but that's a longer term fix.
And just to reiterate what Bill said above, be sure to download the latest version of the app (it was updated on the FTP this morning around 6:30am) to get the latest features and bug fixes. There will be another version over the weekend with a couple more fixes.