10 Best Hunting Land App

Updated on: January 2022

Best Hunting Land App in 2022


Landline (4K UHD)

Landline (4K UHD)
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022

i-Hunting: Topo Maps, w/ Land Ownership & Property Lines

i-Hunting: Topo Maps,  w/ Land Ownership & Property Lines
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
  • Vector Topo Maps
  • Offline Support
  • Land Ownership Maps with Property Lines
  • Hunt Planning Maps with zones, restricted areas and more..
  • Record GPS Tracks
  • AutoFollow with real time track overlay
  • Topo & Trail Maps for all national Parks

onX: Oregon Hunting Map for Garmin GPS - Hunt Chip with Public & Private Land Ownership - Hunting Units - Includes Premium Membership for onX Hunting App for iPhone, Android & Web

onX: Oregon Hunting Map for Garmin GPS - Hunt Chip with Public & Private Land Ownership - Hunting Units - Includes Premium Membership for onX Hunting App for iPhone, Android & Web
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
  • Land Ownership: Color-coded public and private lands, Land owner names with property boundaries
  • Geographic: 24K topo, Section lines & numbers, roads, Water Data, Key points of interest
  • State Specific: Game Management or Hunting Units, Hunter access programs, Conservation and program lands
  • Road and Trail Data: View city, highway, county, Forest Service, back-roads, trail systems, and more
  • HUNT Membership for phone, tablet, and computer included

Manchester By The Sea

Manchester By The Sea
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022

5 Surprising Steps to Land the Job NOW!

5 Surprising Steps to Land the Job NOW!
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022

Zombie Shooting Survival Battle 2018 : games free ate my friends store 2 block car cubes derby diary evil exodus empire fish tank farm usa vs for kids island io jail life land lane love night terror shift ops quiz road trip run royale squad Shooter

Zombie Shooting Survival Battle 2018 : games free ate my friends store 2 block car cubes derby diary evil exodus empire fish tank farm usa vs for kids island io jail life land lane love night terror shift ops quiz  road trip run royale squad Shooter
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
  • Beautifull 3d Environment
  • Amazing Graphics
  • Dangerous Zombies
  • Easy Controls
  • Multiple Guns to Select

World War Z

World War Z
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022

Zombie killer defense Battle free Game : squad Shooter evil exodus empire fish tank farm usa vs for kids island io jail life land lane love night terror shift ops quiz road trip run royale rush ate my friends store 2 block car cubes derby diary

Zombie killer defense Battle free Game : squad Shooter evil exodus empire fish tank farm usa vs for kids island io jail life land lane love night terror shift ops quiz  road trip run royale rush ate my friends store 2 block car cubes derby diary
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • Beautifull 3d Environment
  • Amazing Graphics
  • Dangerous Zombies
  • Easy Controls
  • Multiple Guns to Select

Episode 1

Episode 1
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022

Heros and Friends

Heros and Friends
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022

Are New GPS Applications an Invasion of Privacy?

A new device being advocated by insurance companies would record how and how often you drive your automobile. Then the companies would adjust your rates accordingly.

I observed that maybe some of this stuff is getting a little out of hand. They already have cell phones that allow your spouse, or whomever, to track your whereabouts whenever you have your cell phone turned on. And more and more cities are installing video cameras at intersections and heavily-used areas to catch red light offenders and criminals. GPS is also being installed in cars in case you break down or have an accident

All this may make you feel safer as you venture out into the world, but at what cost? Has 1984 finally arrived where not only Big Brother, but the guy who lives down the street is watching you? By the way, if you want to spy on your neighbor, just dial up Google maps and get an aerial view of his house. The more of this stuff that we use, the less and less private our lives become. Is this a new form of exhibitionism? Are we so cut off from our fellow humans that we have to expose ourselves by installing video cameras in our houses and broadcasting all of the intimate details of our lives over the Internet?

And now, according to the St. Louis Post Dispatch, (www.stltoday.com), insurance companies want to install tracking devices in your car that will allow them to monitor your driving habits. The devices, called "telematics" are becoming a big hit with insurance companies. Safeco insurance already has a device that will allow parents to monitor their teen's driving by sending messages through their cell phones.
Source: Jim Gallagher, St. Louis Post Dispatch, www.stltoday.com

The companies advertise that by volunteering to use the device you may eventually be able to lower your rates by as much as 30%. The reverse is also true. If the device determines that you drive recklessly you will get a surcharge on your next bill, even if you don't have an accident.

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