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CACH’EYE – your personal geocaching map

September 12, 2010

Here is what looks to be a great little geocaching app:

CACH’EYE is a free personalised geocaching map service based on a Bing Maps application. Each user can define the content of his personal cachemap. Cache data are imported from Pocket Queries, from GPX- / LOC-Files or are exported from GSAK and visualised in an easy-to-use interactive map.

I’ve had a wee play with CACH’EYE and I kinda like it. It’s very easy to use and has lots of useful features like to-do lists and links to different maps types (eg Google Maps terrain etc). Best of all you can few all of your unfound, found or owned caches on a map and get information quickly. It would be excellent to see something like this incorporated into the Geocaching.com website.

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  1. September 28, 2010 7:35 am

    yeah my dad will like this

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