Where's A Bear Lite

Where's A Bear Lite


Reporting animals works ANYWHERE in Yellowstone National Park! No cell network necessary. Your sightings are saved and uploaded as soon as a cell network becomes available.
Going to Yellowstone? Get the app! The Yellowstone Where's A Bear app allows you to get the very most out of your visit to one of America's most popular and legendary natural attractions.
Because the sheer enormity of Yellowstone can be as overwhelming as its beauty, visitors commonly miss out on some of the park's essential attractions, such as its abundant wildlife.
Where's A Bear has been created by seasoned Yellowstone enthusiasts who have learned through experience that your mobile phone needs the right kind of app to make your Yellowstone experience that much more unforgettable.

Be sure to maximize your Yellowstone vacation time (and money) with the following Where's A Bear app features:

* Up-to-the-second animal sightings with alerts, including bears (of course!), and also wolves, elk, moose, deer, bald eagles and more.
* Report your own animal sightings for others to know about.
* Trends show you where most animal sightings occur.
* Extensive offline maps.

Although the unpredictable aspects of nature give Yellowstone much of its appeal, the creators of Where's A Bear have learned that visitors can enjoy nature that much more by eliminating some of the guesswork. With Where's A Bear, your Yellowstone adventure is guaranteed to be better than you'd hoped it would be!

Recent changes:
Fixed animal list problem
Fixed timezone problem
Added default timezone
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2.5
User ratings
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Installs
1,000+
Concerns
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File size
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About Where's A Bear Lite
Reporting animals works ANYWHERE in Yellowstone National Park! No cell network necessary. Your sightings are saved and uploaded as soon as a cell network becomes available.
Going to Yellowstone? Get the app! The Yellowstone Where's A Bear app allows you to get the very most out of your visit to one of America's most popular and legendary natural attractions.
Because the sheer enormity of Yellowstone can be as overwhelming as its beauty, visitors commonly miss out on some of the park's essential attractions, such as its abundant wildlife.
Where's A Bear has been created by seasoned Yellowstone enthusiasts who have learned through experience that your mobile phone needs the right kind of app to make your Yellowstone experience that much more unforgettable.

Be sure to maximize your Yellowstone vacation time (and money) with the following Where's A Bear app features:

* Up-to-the-second animal sightings with alerts, including bears (of course!), and also wolves, elk, moose, deer, bald eagles and more.
* Report your own animal sightings for others to know about.
* Trends show you where most animal sightings occur.
* Extensive offline maps.

Although the unpredictable aspects of nature give Yellowstone much of its appeal, the creators of Where's A Bear have learned that visitors can enjoy nature that much more by eliminating some of the guesswork. With Where's A Bear, your Yellowstone adventure is guaranteed to be better than you'd hoped it would be!

Recent changes:
Fixed animal list problem
Fixed timezone problem
Added default timezone

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 9, 2012
Useless This app is just as useless as their old Faithful countdown. Uninstall.
A Google User
Jul 9, 2012
Useless This app is just as useless as their old Faithful countdown. Uninstall.
Michael
Jul 9, 2012
Useless This app is just as useless as their old Faithful countdown. Uninstall.
A Google User
Jul 1, 2012
This app, is a waste of time. Look out your window, instead of your phone. Was kinda fun to mark on my phone that I saw something, but that is still pointless if nobody has enough cell coverage to get a couple miles into the park.
Jobe
Jul 1, 2012
This app, is a waste of time. Look out your window, instead of your phone. Was kinda fun to mark on my phone that I saw something, but that is still pointless if nobody has enough cell coverage to get a couple miles into the park.