It’s Not A Phone, It’s A Hand Held Computer And A Passport To Adventure

Steve Casimiro of The Adventure Life is sharing a great look at iPhone applications designed for outdoor adventure enthusiasts.
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Do the iPhone and Mother Nature play well? The short is answer is “yes”. The iPhone excels at delivering information. Programs that channel local knowledge-surf reports, snow reports, water flows-are perfect applications of the phone’s strengths.

There are great apps in this list. You can monitor the moon and stars, use the iPhone as a flashlight, track your workouts, learn to tie knots, find trails in the wilderness, check the weather, the snow, the surf, etc.
Two of the snow reports are provided by major brands–REI and The North Face. Clearly, Raven and James are on to something…

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About David Burn

Native Nebraskan seeking the perfect pale ale in the Pacific Northwest. Copywriter and brand strategist at Bonehook. Co-founder and editor of AdPulp.

  • Zach O.

    This why the iPhone is the greatest touch screen mobile device. All touch screen phones are created equal but the iPhone’s app store is what transforms the touch screen phone into something much more.