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ohIdunno
22.04.2016, 13:30
Hi,

Here are a few new features I would like to see added to both Skobbler.com maps and to the Scout apps:

1. The option to add routes to favourites.

2. The option to create driving, cycling and walking leisure routes. Which would include routes that start and finish at the same point. I know it is already possible to do something like this by using the via tool. However, this approach is very clumsy and unpredictable, and you often need to delete a route because the auto-routing has taken an unexpected shortcut.

3. The above could be funded by creating the option to display and favourite leisure routes created by a national tourism department. You could a host and display a nation's tourist / leisure routes in return for an annual subscription from their government's tourist department.

makiHD
22.04.2016, 16:44
Hi ohldunno, I suggest that you put your suggestions into the feedback section of the app. Swipe from the left, scroll down to "Feedback" and then submit your requests. Other users can vote for suggestions :-)

kisman
22.04.2016, 18:47
It makes no sense to ASK for New features because Scout stopped working in the APP.
They do not longer develop it

gameover
16.05.2016, 08:01
Hi,

Here are a few new features I would like to see added to both Skobbler.com maps and to the Scout apps:

1. The option to add routes to favourites.

2. The option to create driving, cycling and walking leisure routes. Which would include routes that start and finish at the same point. I know it is already possible to do something like this by using the via tool. However, this approach is very clumsy and unpredictable, and you often need to delete a route because the auto-routing has taken an unexpected shortcut.

3. The above could be funded by creating the option to display and favourite leisure routes created by a national tourism department. You could a host and display a nation's tourist / leisure routes in return for an annual subscription from their government's tourist department.

Thank you for sharing