Re: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Re: SoaringEagle mentioned on Podcacher!!
- Do you use it in tandem with a handheld Garmin just for paperless
caching purposes? Or do you use the GPS-dingus in the iPhone to
needle you to caches?
filler & bcat
On Wed, Oct 1, 2008 at 9:46 PM, SoaringEagle <arnaud@...> wrote:
> Thanks for noticing. It was me indeed.
> I have been using the iGeocacher app for paperless caching with great
> success. Anybody that has an iPhone and has questions, fill free to
> contact me.
> Arnaud - SoaringEagle.
> --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com, Audra Allen
> <al_allen327@...> wrote:
>> I'm assuming its our very own SoaringEagle...
>> He wrote in and provided a review of the iGeocacher application for
>> the iPhone.
>> He also suggested a waterproof case and puzzle solving software: iGCT.
>> You iPhone owners need to hook up with Arnaud!
>> Listen to show 185: Dying to Cache
>> Audra Visit my blog
- Right now I have a first generation iPhone so I don't have a GPS built
in. So I still use my GPSr on the side except on urban setting where
I have found that using the satellite picture is more precise than a
GPSr bouncing everywhere. So for instance, my last 2 trips to NY, I
found 8 caches just using the iPhone.
iGeocacher has a compass for the new generation iPhone. Some people
have reported having a lot of success with it. Here is a detailed web
page explaining how it works: http://www.ayefon.com/geo/hsi.cfm
All reports I have heard of people using the iPhone GPS for caching
even in the woods is that it is quite accurate...
The issue is fragility of the iPhone. But I am looking at a rugged
protection box like otterbox for caching in non urban settings.
Arnaud - SoaringEagle
--- In CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com, "Nick Silkey"
> Do you use it in tandem with a handheld Garmin just for paperless
> caching purposes? Or do you use the GPS-dingus in the iPhone to
> needle you to caches?
> filler & bcat