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I enjoyed Avenza Maps until recently...

After their recent move to a subscription model, I am in the market for a comparable app.

Feature requirements:

  1. Load Geospatial PDFs
  2. Capture photos along point data
  3. Does not have to be free, one-off fees qualify (up to 100$).
  4. Platform is iOS, Android if applicable.
  • I think your question would be more on-topic (with work) on the Software Recommendations Stack Exchange. – PolyGeo Nov 11 '16 at 23:33
  • Since this relates to software very specific to the gis community, I would rather keep it here. Geospatial PDFs are not widely known... – Lars Nov 11 '16 at 23:35
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    Then as much as possible can you try to adhere to their question quality guidelines even though you are posting here. – PolyGeo Nov 11 '16 at 23:40
  • Similar questions have been asked at Software Recommendations (one answer so far) and here (deleted by its asker). – PolyGeo Nov 11 '16 at 23:57
  • There is no answer on the platform... – Lars Nov 11 '16 at 23:58
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You can always run an older version of the software if updates and support aren't required. There are quite a few websites that host .APK installers for legacy versions of apps.

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You can still have unlimited PDFs with the Avenza app for 30$ a year. It's obviously not an one-off thing, but it's pretty close to your 100$ price range over a few years...

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