British Hills for Android
Are you into walking (trekking) but like to have your Android device all the time with you? This application, created by XDA member mingoid, will let you have detailed information of more than 4,500 hills and mountains in Great Britain. Information such as latitude, longitude, and height can be displayed on a nice interface, and also you can see a map with the location of the selected hill.
Originally posted by mingoid
[APP] British Hills
Hi everyone. For all you hillwalkers(!) if there’s any out there, I’ve created my first app, called British Hills. It’s fairly basic right now…
It uses the Database of British Hills and includes details for over 5000 hills and mountains in Great Britain.
This version is free but I’ll probably go on to make a premium version. You can get it at the marketplace
You can find more information in the application thread.
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