I don't know if this is the right place or not. I've been waiting 2 full years for the Android version to become even basically useful. Lots of communication with you guys and always I get - we know, we know, we're working on it. Now you have the "new version" out that you are self congratulating yourselves on. I can't make the damn thing work for more than a couple minutes. It freezes all the time. The entire map screen just goes black, have to restart. The screen freezes and goes dead. Have to restart. Suddenly the top and bottom control bars start blinking rapidly. Have to restart. Parts of my route go away when I zoom in, then they reappear when I zoom out. Have to restart. I get messages saying that Gaia isn't responding. Have to restart. I sometimes have Forest Service overlays visible and then after a restart they aren't visible. Sometimes they seem to be scaled differently than the base map - roads are way too wide. Have to restart. The Gaia Topo map comes up and appears to have sections where the tiles show a different level of detail than the surrounding ones. Zoom in and they show the same level of detail, zoom back out and they show different levels of details with some of the labels truncated at the tile boundary. It is just a total piece of crap right now. Do you test? It's been two friggin' years. I'm cancelling a trip that we were planning in the next couple days because I can't even plot a silly route. How can I trust this thing when I'm 45 miles out in the desert when I can't even keep it running for 5 minutes.
Come on guys. Get it together and make this thing work. You have a great iOS product (apparently), you have great maps, you have good basic functions (but a horrible user interface - which I can overlook but shouldn't have to) but now it won't even work. Figure it out and make it work so you can be proud of this product rather than making excuses for it.
There are many smaller issues that stand out but they don't really matter when the basic app is so unstable that it's useless. My entire career was in software development and project management. I would be absolutely ashamed to have produced AND released something this bad.
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