Mobile App
Last Post 07 Nov 2014 05:18 PM by TODD JAEGER. 7 Replies.
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MICHAEL STEELEUser is Offline
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06 Jun 2014 08:08 AM
    When I am not working, I am busy playing as I hope most of you are.  I use my cell phone for everything.  So my question is, is GPAA working on a mobile app or are they considering a mobile app?  I think most members will agree that a mobile app is a great idea so we can keep up on the latest information from almost anywhere.  What do the members think? 
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    06 Jun 2014 08:25 AM
    While I don't have or use a smart phone, (they are way smarter than I am), for those tat do, it could be a good thing.  Especially if the guide ever goes online with access to it strictly limited to members.  Then you can access directions and such in the field.
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    27 Jun 2014 09:58 PM
    I would love to have an app, except that most of the places I go don't have cell reception even with virison
    TIM LEIBELUser is Offline
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    28 Jun 2014 06:23 AM
    Yeah, I have noticed that most of the gold claims are "you can't hear me now" zones.
    MICHAEL BERGMANUser is Offline
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    28 Jun 2014 06:27 PM
    A mobile app would be an awesome step in the right direction for the GPAA. Once you download the app with claims guide you would not need cell service just turn on the phone and open the app. The only thing service would be needed for is updates, the forum, or other things requiring service, but the claims guide would already be downloaded and accessible from your download file.
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    29 Jun 2014 08:45 PM
    Except for a bunch of us old timers who don't nave and don't under stand those contraptions .Foe some it would be of some use .Good old maps work great.
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    JOESPH ZUPPAUser is Offline
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    06 Nov 2014 08:18 AM
    I would even be thrilled if i could pull up a map on my desktop at home and then print the map out from there to take along to have a visual of the borders of claims. Or blow the map out so i could see all the claims ar once and then zoom in to what i want
    TODD JAEGERUser is Offline
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    07 Nov 2014 05:18 PM
    I think an APP would be a great idea. I would like to get prospecting info on the phone.
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