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Old 01-27-2018, 12:10 PM
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Looking for a navigation app for my smart phone, marking structure, waypoints and such is the goal. Mainly to be used on WestPoint Lake. Any recommendations?
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I use Navionics and love it. I checked and West point is on it.
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Navionics! I have the App and its great. I have used it to run the Hootch from River Bend to Eufaula.
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Navionics really has the best app. All the same maps that they offer in their cards are on the app for a fraction of the price. Also, the app has a ton of extra features from tides, weather, routing and autorouting, community edits, port info, map options...........its pretty much the best value out there.
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