mobile navionics for cell phone

1/10/15 @ 8:37 AM
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davef
davef
USER since 3/8/04
I would like to put navionics on my Samsung S-4 cell phone. Any experiences With the app, how to down load and costs associated are what I am needing. I am not very technology experienced.... so please help me out. Thanks
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10/16/18 @ 9:26 AM
Tim Zwieg
Zwiegs
USER since 1/10/12

Snakester, I agree the color shading is a great tool

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10/10/18 @ 6:01 AM
SnakeSter
SnakeSter
MEMBER since 7/9/12

I love the color shading too!! One thing I have done this year on our lake is put markers everywhere I found Cribs or structure. This way, I can drive right to it on the ice. Sure will make ice fishing better. I use Navionics in conjunction with my Lorance on soft water. I love it!!! 

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10/9/18 @ 9:21 AM
eyelooking
eyelooking
USER since 2/28/05

The Navionics mobile app is awesome and only $10. Its new color shading depth ranges helps me when viewing the maps. I use a Navionics card for my Humminbird but also have the phone app as a good back up and I can view any waters at anytime anywhere. I highly recommend #Navionics. Tight Lines.

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1/26/15 @ 10:44 AM
lakeshiner
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USER since 7/20/09
Slightly off topic, but if you go on their site now they have beta testing for Garmin GPS's. You just need to send them an email and they will mail you an SD card with the maps to use for testing. Then you just have to tell them your experience with it. The disclaimer says its an older map version and the card I received says 'US Lakes North'. My old Navionics app for my phone used US Lakes North, I think its just the one prior to the new 'boating' maps.

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1/26/15 @ 8:25 AM
Watchinbobbers
Watchinbobbers
USER since 6/30/10
Got the app recently and I like it.

However, I can't figure out how to get it to navigate to a saved marker. I can see the markers on the map and walk/drive to roughly the right spot but what I really want to do is get it to show me a heading to take and count down the distance to the marker like you would with a hand held gps going to a waypoint.

Does it have this capability and does anyone know how to do this.

Also according to the instructions in the app any map areas saved/downloaded to a phone are permanent? As I understand it you can't remove parts of the downloaded info to free up storage space without unloading the entire app? Is that correct.

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1/17/15 @ 7:42 AM
nihsif
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MEMBER since 6/15/01
good to hear H2, it's a very good purchase imo

this is cool

http://www.navionics.com/en/news/fishfinder-now-boating-app

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1/15/15 @ 8:23 AM
H_2_gO
H_2_gO
USER since 8/22/05
That got it done nihsif....Thanks!

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1/14/15 @ 1:37 PM
nihsif
nihsif
MEMBER since 6/15/01
Do you have the APP installed?

If not, go to Google Play to install.

I believe map installer is for your pc

edit: should be chart installer

Edited on 1/14/15 3:23 PM
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1/14/15 @ 12:58 PM
H_2_gO
H_2_gO
USER since 8/22/05
I have a Galaxy S4 and also want to download Navionics lake maps. Every time I click on Downloads/updates, it keeps telling me it cant be installed on an Android mobile platform at the moment (see screenshot pic).

The Navionics compatibility PDF says the Galaxy S4 is compatible and my friend who has the phone/provider is capable of downloading.

WTF? Anybody else have this issue?

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1/14/15 @ 10:59 AM
markrazzy
markrazzy
USER since 6/23/09
Just like the Navionics chips, some of those maps are just DNR maps from the '60s, so the accuracy might be lacking a bit. But it's generally pretty close. The HD maps are pretty sweet for the lakes that have them.

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