68,000 Free Maps for iPad, Kindle Fire and Android Tablets

Jul 27, 2012
Outside Magazine


Want to look at maps on your tablet instead of your phone so that they're bigger and easier to comprehend? Trimble Outdoors just released its MyTopo Maps app for the Kindle Fire and other Android-powered tablets. Now you can plot your next outdoor adventure on the big screen. The app gives any tablet user access to over 68,000 detailed topographical maps of the United States and Canada in addition to aerial photos, street maps, terrain maps and hybrid maps.

“We provide best-in-class topographic and aerial maps, and tools to answer the specific demands of hikers, off-roaders and other outdoor enthusiasts,” said Rich Rudow, general manager for Trimble Outdoors.


Scout trails, explore parks, plan outdoor vacations, view backcountry areas, find forest roads and campsites, and pre-plan hikes and off-road trips. Mark points, search for more than 10 million places and store offline maps on your tablet for viewing in remote areas without access to Wi-Fi. And, once you plan and save a trip, you can access it from any device. Available now in both free and pro versions at the Apple App Store, Google Play and Amazon AppStore.

—Berne Broudy

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