Paddle Partner App, “THE Pocket Map”, For Canoeing and Kayaking Enthusiasts Is Releasing It’s New Update Spring 2017.
HICKSVILLE, NEW YORK – 18 Apr, 2017 – Paddle Partner found the perfect solution to an outdated method of navigating the water trails. This solution is Paddle Partner’s smart-device data that allow users to operate using the application with offline navigation. Canoeing and Kayaking enthusiasts can use “the Pocket Map” to enjoy planning trips ahead of time or during their trail without accessing a cellular network.
Paddle Partner’s mission is to ultimately enhance the user experience so that they worry less about Internet needed navigation and find more pleasure on their paddling adventure. They can expect a much more enjoyable, frustration-free, and absolutely safe experience on the water.
Avid canoeing and kayaking adventurists will be able to measure their distance to and from their desired destination, their average and maximum paddling speed, view all campsite locations on the desired paddle trail and access other specific trip statistics.
All maps in The Paddle Partner app are real-time. Whether users need a Delaware Water Gap map or maps to other destination trails like the Everglades National Park, the Big Bend Salt Water Paddling Trail, Delaware River, St. Corix River, Ten Thousand Islands area and the Namekagon River.
The creator of Paddle Partner had a vision to advance the technology of navigation and simplify the experience for canoeing and kayaking lovers. The idea was “NO MORE paper maps on the river!” They made sure that all maps are available in real-time regardless of whether there is an Internet connection. Future upgrades will even include the Android version.
To learn more about the destinations, the specific features and the future planned updates, visit the website at the bottom of the page.
If your in the Delaware River area please check out our Delaware River website: www.paddlepartner.com/delawareriver/
Paddle Partner App is “The Pocket Map” for canoe and kayak adventurists seeking real-time online and offline navigation and preparation maps for river trips.