supertbone, on Jun 6 2010, 09:04 PM, said:
If you want a geocaching app that provides live geocaching data and that doesn't cost $40 per year, don't get the Blackberry. I have a BB and though I like cacheberry for looking at data from GSAK, I wish I could pull in live data and map multiple waypoints at once. The Trimble app is too expensive and it appears there is no traction for Groundspeak to create a BB app.
I used the Geocache Navigator by Trimble on my verizon BB Storm all last year. Worked like a charm. Any time I found myself in a new area I just had it check for nearby caches and it gave me all the information that I would have found had I been looking at the geocaching.com website. Problem was that it was an annual fee of $40 (less a 15% discount for registering at the distributor's forum).
This year around renewal time I discovered that if I buy it through the BB App World I can get it for a one time fee of $19.99
. And it's specifically for Verizon which Trimble has always said in their adverts doesn't work. It's the same app I used all last year. So now I'm good to go with live caching as long as I have this phone.