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AllTrails - Hiking, Running & Biking Trails
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Travel||7.4.0||April 07, 2017||4.73|
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Version 7.4.0 released on April 07, 2017
There’s only one big new feature in this version, but it’s a good one: • You can now share your Recordings, Maps and Trails to social media with great new share images • Select one of your pictures or the map of your hike as the share image and we’ll make it look great • Shared images for recordings now show the total distance, elevation gain, and moving time for your activity We also fixed a bunch of smaller issues: • Improved image caching to make sure images you’ve viewed recently are available offline without using too much space on your device • Fixed crash that could occur when viewing offline maps • Fixed crash that could occur when loading a map in recorder • Fixed issue where viewing a friend’s lists could hang the app
Version 7.4.1 released on April 14, 2017
• Added Google sign up and login as an option • When loading a map into Recorder we now automatically select the map layer that has been downloaded • Fixed the alignment of trail profile images in the main trail header image • Fixed a rare sync issue with maps/recordings • Allow searching for trails even when location services are turned off • If you’re a Pro user and set to metric, you will now be able to downloaded the metric version of the AllTrails layer • Disabled swipe-to-delete in Explore list
Version 7.3.0 released on March 18, 2017
This version has some great new features: • Added a new overview to the Photo Gallery to make it easier to quickly browse lots of trail, recording map and user photos • Added a “Load Map” feature as part of a UX redesign in Recorder • Added support for deep linking to countries, states, cities, and parks • Added new World Parks Layer (existing World Parks Layer is now “Terrain”) • Added support for different line colors in Pro Offline Maps • Added a handy map scale bar to of our map views This version also fixes some important bugs: • Updated elevation graph to work better for flat routes • Fixed issue that could cause an empty Explore screen when following a trail deep link • Fixed issue that was preventing waypoint and photo editing in locales that use commas as decimal separators • Fixed issue where large sets of photos taken while recording could not be synced • Limits the amount of disk space used by the app when caching photos • Added new menu item in Settings to “Clear All Cached Data” • Fixed issue where log file could grow too large to email
Version 7.2.0 released on March 02, 2017
• Trail Cards and the Trail Details page now display the name of the park associated with the trail when available • Park and city names are now links, clicking them takes you to Explore and searches for that park/city • Better clustering of map pins when in Explore map view • Elevation profile with a green header can now be hidden/shown by swiping up and down • Added email preference to Settings to allow subscribing/unsubscribing from promotions • Added EXIF data to photos that are saved to your camera roll • Map downloads greater than 20k tiles are now allowed, but only the most relevant 20k tiles will be downloaded • Lots of other minor bug fixes, UI tweaks, and stability improvements
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