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    onX Offroad

    Hi oneleglance, Thanks so much for all of your feedback and suggestions! We really appreciate all of them. I have forward these along to our development team. Currently, the 10mile medium resolution is my personal favorite option for downloading info. I usually download larger low rez 100mile...
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    onX Offroad

    Hi sredish, I think you will find many of the features you appreciate about the other products mentioned are available with onX Offroad. You can toggle between three basemaps with a single tap (see video above), use the Line Distance Tool (ruler) to measure between points, import waypoints as...
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    onX Offroad

    Thank you Kirk! We think it's a pretty great product too! We continue to working hard to add more trails, map info, and awesome app features/tools. I think onX Offroad works great now but also excited for the future.
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    onX Offroad

    Hi Osborne, Thanks for giving onX Offroad a try. Let's see if I can help you out by answering a few of your questions... "Turn on the headlights" by tapping the location crosshairs button twice. The app will always point forward to the top of your phone or tablet showing the direction that you...
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    onX Offroad

    Hi Zambo, Check out the different map view options on onX Offroad. It's easy to toggle between views of topographic maps, satellite imagery, and a hybrid of both satellite and topo. Here is a how-to video:
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    onX Offroad

    MTPyle - We have heard a few small craft pilots have tried onX Offroad for flying. Have you ever tried it as backup navigation? With only onX Offroad running and plugged in, we have not had a tablet or phone overheat and lock up. I'd love to hear your feedback on that after a trial of onX Offroad.
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    onX Offroad

    Hey dhjeepgeek - to answer your questions on behalf of the onX Offroad app: You can import files (KML or GPX) and then import to onX Offroad using the web map import. Here is the how to video for import. Using onX Offroad, one you turn on tracker the breadcrumbs will drop and track your...
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    onX Offroad

    Hey Mike, Thanks for the feedback! I have passed this along to our development team. We are constantly working on improving and adding new features. This feedback is great. Building this app by off-roaders for off-roaders! :) We pull local weather which helps many of us for planning purposes...
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    onX Offroad

    Hi Ken, I hope you have a great experience trying out onX Offroad! You can add the Jackpot race files to your account via the web map import feature. Here is the login link: onXmaps Web App Here is a video on how to import: You can download the onX Offroad app to any Apple or Android...
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    onX Offroad

    Hey Mike! I'm glad it went so well. Thanks so much for the positive feedback, I shared your post with my entire onX Offroad team. :) Please reach out if you have any questions. We're happy to help.
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    onX Offroad

    Hi John, I made a short video for you on our tracker view. If you tap the crosshairs (lower left) the screen will zoom to your location. Tap the crosshairs again, and it will light up the viewing cone. This shows where you are pointed. You can also enable or disable pinch to rotate on our...
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    onX Offroad

    Glad you found the answer. Please reach out if you have any other questions!
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    onX Offroad

    Hey - thanks for your interest. Our big brother/sister is onX Hunt. We've been the #1 hunting app for 10 years. We are taking that mapping data and years of knowledge and built onX Offroad. We are 100% committed to the offroad community and building an app that helps all of us do fun stuff in...
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    onX Offroad

    Hi! 1. You do have a user guide inside your app "inbox" I will add a video here showing how to view it. 2. Yes, you can create a KML or GPX file in Google Earth and then import it to onX Offroad using the desktop or laptop option. Here is how to import those files: Let me know how...
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