Buh Bye OnX .... Hello GAIA!

KHNC

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I still prefer OnX . It has worked great for me.
 

hunterjmj

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Going to check this out. Last year my saved maps in onX would show up blank or be weird trapezoid shapes. OnX was basically worthless last season.
 

JSTR

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So, anyone have screenshots of how it looks on the apple watch? I’m considering getting Gaia due to the compatibility with the watch since I could just keep my phone in my pocket and not have to worry about dropping it in snow or in the water. If nobody had pics within a week or so I’ll just buy it and post some just in case anyone else wants to see
 

Erict

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So, anyone have screenshots of how it looks on the apple watch? I’m considering getting Gaia due to the compatibility with the watch since I could just keep my phone in my pocket and not have to worry about dropping it in snow or in the ry the free version of Gaia on your watch to see how it works.
You should be able to try the free version of Gaia on your watch.
 

JSTR

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You should be able to try the free version of Gaia on your watch.
Well, I ended up buyin it, once I have everything figured out I’ll load pics of the watch. Their site shows a dif interface than my watch, but I haven’t downloaded any maps yet so we’ll see
 

JeffRaines

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I made the switch 2 years ago. Like many things in the hunting world, when “hunting” is attached to it the price gets bumped and that’s exactly what OnX is doing.

Gaia offers the same layers, better user interface, more intuitive map downloading, in my experience much less buggy, and all 50 states for far less than OnX wants. Not to mention the custom layers you can create

Some guy was trying to argue with me before that Gaia’s landowner data was old. Me and my wife bought our house in September and two months later our names were on our property in the app.
 

Aginor

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I made the switch 2 years ago. Like many things in the hunting world, when “hunting” is attached to it the price gets bumped and that’s exactly what OnX is doing.

Gaia offers the same layers, better user interface, more intuitive map downloading, in my experience much less buggy, and all 50 states for far less than OnX wants. Not to mention the custom layers you can create

Some guy was trying to argue with me before that Gaia’s landowner data was old. Me and my wife bought our house in September and two months later our names were on our property in the app.

Wait, you get landowner data on Gaia?! I’ve been using the app since 2016 and I’ve never seen that layer
 

Pgohil

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My only complaint so far with Gaia is the private landowner layer doesn't include the landowners tax address, only the physical address of the property you're looking at . You can't contact a landlowner that doesn't live right there with that information.
OnX had them in that department.
 
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