What is best mobile app for bow hunters?

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  1. outdoorlyf

    outdoorlyf Newb

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    Need some suggestion guys. Been using the Archery Pal for few months and its doing well. The app calculated shooting accuracy and it logs every session. Its a paid app and want to know if there's anything free which is also good to use.
     
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    I use motionX for tracking my steps.


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    Trevor TFO Weekend Warrior

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    I use scoutlook to mark all my stands and cameras on my properties.
     
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    ScoutLook. If you make an account you can sync different devices to it. Pretty hand for marking stuff with your phone then getting on the computer back at home and it's all there.
     
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    How exactly do you use your phone for bow hunting?:confused:
     
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    Huntstand.....Hands down.
    Link maps to your hunting buddies, access from your phone and PC, weather, store a map for use without service.
    Best by far.
    Also it's free.

    Of course this is more for hunting, than just pure archery.
     
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    Onx maps and Gaia gps


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    santiago0072002 Weekend Warrior

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    With some homework done prior to season or even after late season, when no one goes out, you can scout for next year, you can plot on a digital map, mark where you are going to set up stands based on perfect winds conditions, I hunt public so the more places I can do my home work the more options I have, where your scent is going to blow, the apps can give you all that information. When the sun goes up and down, winds (where they are coming from) You can also plug points or even entrance routes, lunar cycle , when did you see deer last, if it a trail and direction of deer movement, any predators seen or harvested, you can mark all that. etc.


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    I use Scout Look and it works really well for me.
     
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    Scout look !! You can mark stands ,cameras , locations , check windage etc I love it I've used it for years .

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    Many of you are suggesting Scout look, but I'm not finding it in the apps store. Any suggestions?


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    I mostly use onx maps. I also have huntstand but rarely use it because all of the ads.
     
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    kjstaudt86 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I also agree... I use huntstand for both of my spots in tx and Oklahoma. Great tool that shows you your wind cone for hunting areas hour by hour and easy to mark spots on the map such as scrapes, feeders, funnels etc.
     

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