• New iOS and macOS Betas

    New iOS and macOS Betas

    While this blog has been fairly quiet so far, our git repository has not. So here’s a quick update on what’s new in the latest beta, build 216:

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  • Beta lessons: Sydney to Hobart

    Beta lessons: Sydney to Hobart

    Recently, the annual Sydney-to-Hobart race was on. As the boats make their way to Tasmania over multiple days, you can track them online on the website, and also through a Google Earth-compatible KML feed. We’ve added KML support to the Maparoni beta a little while ago, so this was a fun opportunity to test out that feature. As I did so, I noticed a few quirks which results in various improvements in the latest betas, which are now available in build 1361.

    1. Yes, the race has since finished, but the improvements are useful beyond this particular case. 

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  • Colour your neighbourhood

    Colour your neighbourhood

    Do you track your outdoor workouts with a GPS-capable fitness tracker, your phone or your smart watch? If so, you can use Maparoni to turn them into a nice artwork that shows how your tracks are colouring your neighbourhood.

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  • Beta for macOS now available

    The first public beta of Maparoni for macOS is now available. Head over to our Mac beta page for more details or, if you’re feeling adventurous, just download it.

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  • Hello World

    Hello World

    You are looking at the first step towards the release of our upcoming app named Maparoni; an app that is not a food app, nor is it Italian. However, it could be, and so could it be a travel planner, a covid hotspot indicator, a wildfires locator and a motorcycle routing guide. Maparoni represents map flexibility and discovery.

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