GeOrg - Geocaching Organizer

GeOrg - Geocaching Organizer


GeOrg is an application for paperless geocaching

Features:
* Import Geocache-GPX-Files
* List, view and sort caches
* View caches on a google and OSM-maps
* Navigate with the built-in compass or the map

*Currently portrait-mode only*

Docs: http://bit.ly/georgdox
Legal: http://bit.ly/georgtou

Recent changes:
* Spoilers are now clickable and will open in 3rd-party tools for zooming and image-manipulation.
* Support for new waypoint-types "physical/virtual stage". Future new waypoint-types can be imported even GeOrg doesn't recognize the type.
* Fixed "Navigation with Google Navigation". Downside: Target name is not displayed within Google Navigation anymore.
* Support for Giga Event and Groundspeak Block Party waypoint types.
* A few more bugfixes. Read more at http://android.ranitos.de/changelog/
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$6.88
86
4.3
User ratings
536
Installs
5,000+
Concerns
1
File size
1867 kb
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About GeOrg - Geocaching Organizer
GeOrg is an application for paperless geocaching

Features:
* Import Geocache-GPX-Files
* List, view and sort caches
* View caches on a google and OSM-maps
* Navigate with the built-in compass or the map

*Currently portrait-mode only*

Docs: http://bit.ly/georgdox
Legal: http://bit.ly/georgtou

Recent changes:
* Spoilers are now clickable and will open in 3rd-party tools for zooming and image-manipulation.
* Support for new waypoint-types "physical/virtual stage". Future new waypoint-types can be imported even GeOrg doesn't recognize the type.
* Fixed "Navigation with Google Navigation". Downside: Target name is not displayed within Google Navigation anymore.
* Support for Giga Event and Groundspeak Block Party waypoint types.
* A few more bugfixes. Read more at http://android.ranitos.de/changelog/

User reviews of GeOrg - Geocaching Organizer
GeOrg is my favourite app. for geocaching but also for offline navigation. I can prepare the offline maps, add waypoints, routes and use it for my tourist trips. I like this app, I think it is the best for geocaching and for manage waypoints by navigation. Keep update this app. Thanks
Nov 15, 2010
Best caching apps in Android, hands down. Handles GPX from GC.org blazingly fast and has great tools for marking found/unfound, waypoints with or without averaging, some common calculators for offset or puzzles, multiple databases to pull in rarely used data, but fast enough to have 3000+ caches in one DB! It's awesome, and only getting better.
Aug 30, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Oct 25, 2014
Great tool, interface could be better, some quirky bits I use this tool in combination with GSAK for offline geocaching. I have been using it for about 6 months. Overall I would rate this application highly, but I think the user interface could be improved. It took me ages to discover how to export logs to email - some things aren't very intuitive. Also, the compass doesn't seem to work for me. It tells me the direction of the cache with respect to North, but this doesn't help me unless I am told *my* direction with respect to North. The same happens in the map view - the little indicator tells me my position, but it doesn't tell me my direction. Overall a useful application for people who like to manage their geocache database using an external tool like GSAK.
A Google User
Oct 12, 2014
Very good app once again The UI is generally good, although some features take a bit of digging to uncover.. Although the filter/sort capabilities are OK, it needs a bit more work in this area to be competitive with the iPod touch app I used previously. To be fair, GeOrg is the best Android app at filtering and sorting at the moment but I still wish I could filter out the caches I own from the Not Found list. It's one of the most-used apps on my Android phone. Now that it's been updated, I'll start recommending it to my friends again.
A Google User
Jun 20, 2014
OK, could be better Badly needs updating to fix problems with Google Maps. It gets points for allowing multiple/large data sets. Also for having a very easy-to-use field notes implementation. The UI is generally good, although some features take a bit of digging to uncover.. Although the filter/sort capabilities are OK, it needs more work in this area to be competitive with the iPod touch app I used previously. To be fair, GeOrg is the best Android app at filtering and sorting at the moment. The interface with Google maps is broken in this version of the app (1.1.9.7) , Maps rejects the data sent to it because GeOrg sends the cache name in the info, and Maps only want the coordinates. I emailed the developer about this (months ago!!) and got no reply and the problem hasn't been fixed. Points deducted for developer. GeOrg is the one of the most-used apps on my Android phone, although if I need to do any sophisticated filtering or sorting, still I have to use my iPod touch. Edit: It appears the developer is no longer supporting this product, as both my emails of the last six months have gone unanswered. Rating down to 2 stars from 4.
A Google User
Apr 12, 2014
OK, could be better Badly needs updating to fix problems with Google Maps. It gets points for allowing multiple/large data sets. Also for having a very easy-to-use field notes implementation. The UI is generally good, although some features take a bit of digging to uncover.. Although the filter/sort capabilities are OK, it needs more work in this area to be competitive with the iPod touch app I used previously. To be fair, GeOrg is the best Android app at filtering and sorting at the moment. The interface with Google maps is broken in this version of the app (1.1.9.7) , Maps rejects the data sent to it because GeOrg sends the cache name in the info, and Maps only want the coordinates. I emailed the developer about this (months ago!!) and got no reply and the problem hasn't been fixed. Points deducted for developer. GeOrg is the one of the most-used apps on my Android phone, although if I need to do any sophisticated filtering or sorting, still I have to use my iPod touch. Edit: It appears the developer is no longer supporting this product, as both my emails of the last six months have gone unanswered. Rating down to 1 star.
A Google User
Apr 2, 2014
OK, could be better Generally an OK app, but badly needs updating to fix problems with Google Maps. It gets points for allowing multiple/large data sets. Also for having a very easy-to-use field notes implementation. The UI is generally good, although some features take a bit of digging to uncover.. Although the filter/sort capabilities are OK, it needs more work in this area to be competitive with the iPod touch app I used previously. To be fair, GeOrg is the best Android app at filtering and sorting at the moment. The interface with Google maps is broken in this version of the app (1.1.9.7) , Maps rejects the data sent to it because GeOrg sends the cache name in the info, and Maps only want the coordinates. I emailed the developer about this (months ago!!) and got no reply and the problem hasn't been fixed. Points deducted for developer non-response, although the problem may lie with GMaps. GeOrg is the one of the most-used apps on my Android phone, although if I need to do any sophisticated filtering or sorting, still I have to use my iPod touch. I look forward to the day when I can drop IOS apps for good.