Hit the trails with ViewRanger 6

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ViewRanger, the GPS trail guide and mapping app for walking, cycling and other outdoor sports, makes it easy to find the best trails with its latest app update, ViewRanger 6.
With this major update for Apple and Android phones and tablets, ViewRanger has completely re-imagined the way that consumers can browse, search and discover great trails to explore. For trail guide authors and publishers, the new app offers improved ways to deliver information along the trail including text content, photos, and GPS-triggered audio
ViewRanger already offers trail guide content from over 600 publishing, tourism and outdoor brands worldwide, including Menasha Ridge Press, Wilderness Press and Elevation Outdoors magazine. Now putting trail content at the forefront of the app, enhanced exposure for publishers includes featured trail guide “Collections” and the personalized trail guide suggestions for consumers based on trail guide authors they favorite, as well as their previous activity within the app.
Publishing on ViewRanger via the my.viewranger.com website is free, as are the tools to promote digital trail guides, such as free embed-able maps for websites and blogs (web widgets)and QR
codes. Advanced Internet deep links and app indexing also allows people browsing the internet to find and interact easily with content featured in the app. Furthermore, authors can either  publish routes for free, or charge a small fee per download.
ViewRanger works with brands and authors so that they can feel sure that their copyright is respected at all times, with their name or logo always prominent on all material, including when  ViewRanger users share routes among themselves or on social media.
With already over one million route-views a month in the current app, the new visually-appealing and intuitive ViewRanger 6 will attract even more people searching for all sorts of trails in guidebook format for hiking, mountain biking or kayaking. And it’s not limited to off-road sports.ViewRanger also has plenty of City Guides in its repertoire, from nature trails to best
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