Summit Flag

Summit Flag


The perfect companion for Munro and peak bagging across England, Scotland, and Wales.

✓ includes details of over 2500 summits

✓ contains all the mountain peaks from the following catalogues : Marilyns, Munros, Corbetts, Grahams, Donalds, Murdos, Hewitts, Nuttalls, Wainwrights, Deweys and Birketts

✓ browse the database by name, height, country, catalogue, your ascent date or any additional information you have added

✓ add ascent dates and your own route comments

✓ view additional information about each summit including height, region, latitude and longitude, and OS grid reference

✓ see each mountain and its closest neighbours in a map view

✓ summarise your achievements to date and see how close each additional summit will take you toward your goals

✓ search by any of the mountain names or your own comments

The data for the UK has been extracted from version 11.6 of the Database of British Hills with kind permission from Graham Jackson, Chris Crocker, John Barnard, George Gradwell, Simon Edwardes and Mark Jackson

Recent changes:
Optimisation of database queries

Previous versions :

Fixed start-up issue when all location providers are disabled
Added support for satellite map view
Updated layouts using Android design guidelines
Option menu changes
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$0.99
60
3.0
User ratings
1
Installs
10+
Concerns
0
File size
285 kb
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About Summit Flag
The perfect companion for Munro and peak bagging across England, Scotland, and Wales.

✓ includes details of over 2500 summits

✓ contains all the mountain peaks from the following catalogues : Marilyns, Munros, Corbetts, Grahams, Donalds, Murdos, Hewitts, Nuttalls, Wainwrights, Deweys and Birketts

✓ browse the database by name, height, country, catalogue, your ascent date or any additional information you have added

✓ add ascent dates and your own route comments

✓ view additional information about each summit including height, region, latitude and longitude, and OS grid reference

✓ see each mountain and its closest neighbours in a map view

✓ summarise your achievements to date and see how close each additional summit will take you toward your goals

✓ search by any of the mountain names or your own comments

The data for the UK has been extracted from version 11.6 of the Database of British Hills with kind permission from Graham Jackson, Chris Crocker, John Barnard, George Gradwell, Simon Edwardes and Mark Jackson

Recent changes:
Optimisation of database queries

Previous versions :

Fixed start-up issue when all location providers are disabled
Added support for satellite map view
Updated layouts using Android design guidelines
Option menu changes
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Apr 4, 2012
Not bad. Clean interface and good map integration. However for the price it lacks quite a few things. For example, there is no way to export your data to CSV or anything should you wish to keep your own records, there is no option for using OS Maps, there is no route details or links to Wikipedia, no community aspect (uploading route comments, photos, info to share with other users) Overall its a nice clean app with plenty of potential, however £1.49 seems a bit much for what it does at the moment. I hope the developer sticks with it though as it has the potential to become so much more than it is now.
A Google User
Apr 4, 2012
Not bad. Clean interface and good map integration. However for the price it lacks quite a few things. For example, there is no way to export your data to CSV or anything should you wish to keep your own records, there is no option for using OS Maps, there is no route details or links to Wikipedia, no community aspect (uploading route comments, photos, info to share with other users) Overall its a nice clean app with plenty of potential, however £1.49 seems a bit much for what it does at the moment. I hope the developer sticks with it though as it has the potential to become so much more than it is now.