iSailGPS Screen Shots

Enhance every Sailing Trip on your iPad.

Overview:

My Location screen shows the zoomable and panable chart, your current position, speed, direction,
a track of your travels, and waypoints to guide you to important destinations and to remember special places.

Track: Record and Graph your travels.


          Track screen shows your speed and distance sailed. Tap the Share button to send a GPX track.

Time on the Track.

    Trace the track with one finger to view the date and time of the track points.

Average Speed on the Track.

    Trace the track with two fingers to view the average speed of a range of track points.

Easily find and download any NOAA USA Chart:

 Download and store a chart for anywhere in US waters.
Type name, tap Search gives Lat, Long & available scales.


Choose the downloaded chart to view:

  List of your charts stored in the iPad

Enjoy both Close-Up and Wide-Area Coverage:

      Fine detail when you are close to shore at a scale of 12000:1.



    The big picture with a 100000:1 scale.

Waypoints: Mark Special Places.

    Scrolling list of your waypoints stored in the iPad. Tap a waypoint name to view, edit, delete or go to it.
    Tap + to add a new waypoint. Tap Share to send your waypoints to yourself or a friend via email or iTunes.

Set a Go To Waypoint.
See What Direction, How Far, and Estimated Time of Arrival.

         Tap a destination name from your waypoint list, then tap Go To. A green line to the waypoint points your way.
         Predicts an Estimated Time of Arrival using the speed and direction of your trip so far.

Construct or Import a Route with Multiple Waypoints.

         While navigating a route, predicts an Estimated Time of Arrival at each waypoint.


         Switches to the next “Go To” waypoint automatically as you pass each waypoint.

Make a Route from Your Previous Track or an Imported Track.
Following a GPX track downloaded from gpsxchange.com for the Apostle Islands in Lake Superior.
         You can edit multi-segment tracks to include just the segment(s) you want for the route.
         The distance is the true length of the curved path. The bearing is to the next point on the path.

Question? Tap Help.

Scrolling Help Page directions cover the details.


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