Mountain Project App: Take a survey to help determine its future.
Submitted By: Nick Wilder on Aug 19, 2013
We're contemplating the future of the Mountain Project mobile app. Which current features are useful? What new features would be cool? One sponsored version and one free version? Etc... Help us out by taking this 2 minute survey!
|Comments on Mountain Project App: Take a survey to help determine its future.
|By Ryan Selfaison|
From: Provo, Utah
Aug 21, 2013
You should make a free and a paid one. Maybe make the free one limited as far as news, but beta and areas should be included. Thanks!
From: Layton, UT
Aug 22, 2013
Just as an FYI, you can't take the survey if you haven't used the app.
|By Tom Maceyka|
Aug 23, 2013
Free is best of course, but would be willing to pay up to $10 since the app is so useful. Fix the Bookmark delete feature. We deleted our Bookmarks, and everything was deleted!
|By Brandon Bishoff|
From: Austin, TX
Aug 25, 2013
I would do only a paid one, but make it cheap (<$5). It's such a great resource that I can't imagine people wouldn't be willing to pay, especially when we're shelling out so much for guidebooks anyway. I use the free one now, but I would have paid for it if there had been no other way.
Also, kind of an unrelated note, but you should really make it possible to download individual canyons in the Wasatch Range. Having to download the ENTIRE Wasatch Range eats up a ton of phone memory and in reality most of us only climb in one or two canyons in the range anyway.
|By Chuck McQuade|
From: Golden, CO
Aug 26, 2013
The yellow stars need to syn with app, it's a great way to keep track of routes climbed at a certain crag if stars are yellow then I've sent it, try a different unclimbed route:)
|By Craig Childre|
From: Lubbock, Texas
Aug 27, 2013
I haven't used it yet. Thus I am limited to suggesting that a free version would be most welcome. Limited how? I don't know.... The crags I frequent, cell towers are nowhere.
From: SLC, Ut
Aug 28, 2013
Just throwing it out there - I really like that once I download info/photos, I do not need the internet to access the info again. This was really helpful for Shelf Road, as we did not want to buy any guidebooks due to the MANY comments about how much misinformation was there. So, I appreciated having the app for that.
If they develop an app that requires payment, then they should vamp it up. I'm not sure what I don't like about the app as is, but I feel like it could use some a makeover. Perhaps it's just the design?
|By Drew Lints|
From: Colorado Springs, Colorado
Aug 29, 2013
Need to add:
Ability to refine lists to determine climbing grades for each location at glance.
Ability to refine lists to determine climbing type (sport, trad, bouldering) for each location at a glance.
Ability to click on a climb and have it pop up on a map with coordinates if such information is input for a climb or crag.
Aug 29, 2013
This survey seems to be more about the OR ads than app improvement. Misleading.