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Old 11-26-2011, 05:55 PM   #1
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RV Apps for iPad?

DW bought me a iPad2 as a early Christmas present and of course I'm adding apps. I'd like to hear from those that have useful RV apps that they recommend and where to get the app.
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Old 11-26-2011, 06:18 PM   #2
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Mine all come from Itunes, but here they are: Pilot travel centers and GasBuddy for fuel, Urbanspoon for eats, RV park finder, Woodall's and Oh, Ranger Park Finder for parks - all of these were free. I also recently aquired AllStays Camp and RV and Allstays RV Dumps for very little money on Itunes. Figured on our next big trip I'd see if these last two were any better than the free ones. RVPark Finder is by Trailer Life Directory, affiliated with Good Sam. Woodall's you know. Oh Ranger has the interesting ability (apparently) to sort camping locations by what other activities are available in the area. Allstays can use the current location of the phone and pop up nearby locations for campgrounds or dumps. Pilot also uses your current phone location or you can type in a location as does gas buddy, but gas buddy will also give you prices. Urbanspoon is a great way to not only find the restaurants you would like to eat at, but you can also review them for others or just vote up or down. Also Urbanspoon has a slot machine like function where you can set price, location or type or restaurant and then shake your phone and it will give you a recommendation. I've got some others I'm playing with, but not yet ready to endorse and I've only been using these for six months or less (since we got our Iphones) so we'll need a year or two to decide if we have more or less than we need and if we should drop one or two and add more. Two of the apps, Urbanspoon and Pilot, are related to websites I have used for several years. Pilot actually has a trip planning function on the web and Urbanspoon has a few fun things on the web as well.
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Old 11-27-2011, 04:00 PM   #3
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Was looking for this post to see if anyone else had some interesting apps. Found an old post on an app called RV Companion I just downloaded free from Itunes. Looks useful and has a leveling function to it.
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Dick and Joyce,
That leveling portion in the RV Companion is worth the price. Just be sure to Calibrate it on a level surface one time. After that it is absolutely easy. Place it in your favorite spot on the floor, or where ever, and the bi-level indication will tell you how much you have to raise either side, or front or back.
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