Category Archive: Cachesense

Now That’s An Update …

Anyone who has read INATN more than once will know I am a CacheSense fanboy, so I can’t help but point out the number of changes in the latest release of the CacheSense for Android app. When you consider that the previous update was only in October, this is awesome. My favourites are in red: VERSION 2.8 CHANGES: …

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Android Geocachers, Look What’s Coming In CacheSense

It’s Not About The Numbers reported back in January on the release of CacheSense for Android, the popular Blackberry geocaching app that’s been recreated for Android phones. The feedback we’ve received about CacheSense for Android has been excellent so we thought it was well worth highlighting this recent video giving a first glimpse of its upgraded CacheSense for Android …

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CacheSense 2.0 Pre-Alpha Screenshots

GUEST POST The mysterious Ninja Duck is a geocacher after Cumbyrocks’ own heart. Not only does he have an excellent name (if we told you, we’d have to kill you) and young caching companions but he is a Blackberry and Android geocaching proponent. Here, he shares some of his evil, insider ninja genius. —————— Those …

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Android Users Get Your CacheSense Demo Now!!!

I’m in the process of writing a full review for the geocaching app CacheSense for Android, however I’m so excited about its long-awaited release that I couldn’t help but announce it! So, CACHESENSE FOR ANDROID HAS BEEN RELEASED!!! There is a FREE 30-day demo so you can get out and give it a try. I …

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The Bad Elf Faces Off With GPS Units

The Bad Elf is a neat little external GPS accessory designed to directly connect to all iPad, iPod touch and iPhone devices. I recently had great fun field-testing the Bad Elf I have been given and was surprised by how well the Bad Elf performed. However, I determined that it would need to prove itself in …

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Field-Testing The Bad Elf

For those unaware, I was recently supplied with a Bad Elf to review. This miniature box plugs into the 30-pin dock of your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to provide you with quality GPS reception for your device. One of the unknowns with the Bad Elf was exactly how well it would perform in the …

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CacheSense Version 4 Released

We recently reported that the first 3rd-Party geocaching app to be licence with the Geocaching Live API had gone in to public beta.  That beta phase is now over and CacheSense Version 4 with Geocaching Live has been released. Some of the features of Version 4 include: Secure online access to Geocaching.com Find nearby caches …

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The New Virtual Caches: A Vision Of The Future?

There has been a lot of talk about the reintroduction of virtuals in a new format since Jeremy Irish (from this point to known as J-Dog, Big J or simply J-Rish) made his now infamous comments on the geocaching.com forums: In the UserVoice updates I never said that virtuals were coming back in their previous …

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Geocaching Live: The First Third Party App Goes … Well … Live!

I doubt too many people actually know what Geocaching Live is, so in the words of Groundspeak themselves: Geocaching Live-enabled products bring geocaching to you, wherever you are. Whether it’s accessing the Geocaching.com database using one of Groundspeak’s Geocaching Applications or using a third-party app powered by our Public API, Geocaching Live makes it easy …

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The End Of The GPSr As We Know It?

I’ve been searching for my next GPS unit for a while now. I don’t need a new one, I’m still completely in love with my Blackberry as my main caching tool, but it felt like time I joined the ‘real’ cachers by having a ‘real’ GPS unit. But my search has not gone well. You …

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