Using the newest technology available, our app uses HTML5 to work on just about every mobile device on the market today. This technology allows your device to automatically download the app and save it to your device for use offline. It also auto updates to the newest version when you connect via the Internet.
HTML5 is supported my most new mobile devices. This allows us to have the same app work on the iPad, iPhone, Blackberry, and Android without needing to go through each individual app store.
While the app works through your mobile device's browser, it isn't just another website. Using HTML5, your device is able to download the files and run them even when you aren't connected to the Internet. It will use the cached (stored) version of the app while you are offline.
If you have hit and miss 3G service, then just go into "airplane mode" and the app will stop trying to check for the newest updates and just run off of the previously downloaded version.
Installing the app on each device is a little different but the concept is the same. You just need to "add to your home screen". Once you add the app to your home screen, your mobile device will automatically download and save all of the required files so that your app can run offline.
Hi There. Wife and I are from Melbourne Australia. During May 2014 we were on a 3 week 5,000 mile road trip around the Southern States of the USA. I managed to have a GoPro camera filming a good 95% of the trip. I'm currently trying to figure out exactly where we were on each video file. We'd just left Jack Daniels earlier in the day and the very last piece of vision on the file was this truck stop. Your site has helped me pinpoint where I was. Many thanks for your help. Keep up the good work. Cheers, Mike Posted for location: #5676 - Weigh Station [MANCHESTER, TN ]
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