Tag Archives: Gaia GPS

Trimble Outdoors App Sunset—Info on Migrating to Gaia GPS

As of April 1, 2016, Trimble Outdoors has cancelled all mobile apps, including the MyTopo hiking app, the Cabelas hunting app, and all other titles. According to their support page, the apps have been removed from the App Store, and users will have some time to keep using the maps and back-end services. We welcome… Read More »

Gaia GPS Support Localization for 8 Languages and Growing

We translated Gaia GPS to an increasing amount of languages over the years, including the iOS app, the Android app, and even the App Store descriptions and screenshots. The Gaia GPS Help Center can be read in eight languages now, including German, Italian, French, Russian, Portuguese, Spanish, Chinese, and Dutch. If you are bilingual, we’d… Read More »

Welcome Jason Abbott

We’re delighted to welcome Jason Abbott to the Gaia GPS engineering team. Jason Abbott brings deep experience both with writing software, and Gaia GPS itself. Jason is a long-time user of Gaia GPS for Android, and you can read about his motorcycle adventures on his site, trailimage.com. You can also follow his technical blurbs by… Read More »

Gifting Gaia GPS

Give the gift of Gaia GPS, and share your love for the outdoors with family and friends. Gift the Gaia GPS app through the Apple App Store and Google Play Store by following these instructions: Gaia GPS for iOS Gaia GPS for Android Countless different types of adventurers use Gaia GPS—from hikers, hunters, trail runners,… Read More »

Gaia GPS vs AllTrails

This article makes it easy to understand Gaia GPS vs AllTrails. Check out a detailed feature comparison, along with a breakdown of app vs app, website vs website, and membership vs subscription. In summary, Gaia GPS shines for people who go into the backcountry. Gaia GPS has better maps, features, and reviews, and offers core… Read More »

Welcome Ashli Baldwin

We’ve been remiss in introducing everyone over the years, so we’re doing short profiles on the folks at Gaia GPS. We introduced Aileen Gardner last week, and going chronologically backwards in time, we’re featuring Ashli Baldwin today.​ Ashli brings serious outdoor cred to the Gaia team, having recently thru-hiked the Appalachian Trail. She spends her weekends outdoors… Read More »