Red River Gorge iPhone App is Here

The much anticipated Red River Gorge climbing guidebook app from Wolverine Publishing is now available through the iTunes store. Since I use the cell phone company with the red map, I don’t have an iPhone, but I did find a thorough review over at Mountain Project.  Also, Dave Pegg sent me this promo video which shows the features of the app really well. I don’t think this will replace guidebooks, but it’s certainly a glimpse into the future. Very cool.

2 Responses to Red River Gorge iPhone App is Here

  1. I have the lite version. I think I mentioned this on climbnarc, but I think the app should have a way for people to snap photos and upload them directly to the app.

    Adayak May 4, 2010 at 6:59 pm
  2. BJ –
    There’s an alternative if you don’t have an iPhone. It also works on the iPod touch.

    Adayak –
    Good feedback. Allowing users to upload and share photos is something we’ll be looking at for future versions.

    Dave Pegg May 5, 2010 at 3:55 pm
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