Hunting apps are becoming more useful with every year. There are over a million apps available today making it hard to tell what’s worth your time or not. Apps can certainly improve your hunting experience as well as track your results, so you can build information for future hunts. Below you can find some of the best hunting apps for 2017. I hope you find these apps gathered useful.
Top 5 Hunting Apps for 2017:
Hunting App #5: Primos Wind.
Two hours stalking that big buck, and then he gets a whiff of your scent and he’s gone? Never again, with this handy app from the mobile app team at Primos Hunting.
No matter what game you are hunting, knowing the wind direction and speed are crucial to keeping the upper hand. This app will provide you with the wind direction and speed for your current location in a simple, intuitive way using your iPhone’s built in compass.
Hunting App #4: IHunt Journal.
This is the ultimate all-in-one hunting app – it manages all your hunting memories plus it allows you to research and plan your hunts. You can record your hunts, trophies, observations, and hunting stand locations. Adding the latest shot or observation is done within seconds.
Whether your focus is on planning your next hunt based on weather and solunar periods, keeping a trophy gallery and hunting journal, or statistics and research of your past hunts, this is the application you need.
Hunting App #3: OnXMaps’s Hunt.
Use the HUNT App combined with the GPS on your iPhone or iPad to easily view land owner names while knowing your location relative to public and private property boundaries, hunting unit boundaries, and more! Cache satellite aerial imagery and topo basemaps for offline use.
Create photo waypoints, use our custom HUNT markups, and more! From the makers of Hunting GPS Maps (now HUNT by onXmaps), have the confidence that you are using the most accurate, up-to-date, reliable and most trusted land ownership maps available!
Hunting App #2 HuntStand.
This revolutionary app is packed with invaluable mapping, weather, tracking, and social features.
HuntStand was carefully designed to work in both online and offline environments. Using this app, you will have access to offline weather and maps of your hunt areas. You can edit your maps while out “in the field” then sync them with your HuntStand account.
Use our Harvest, Sightings, and Task logging features to understand your property like never before.
Fully map your property using 67 easily discernible custom icons, shapes, and lines including scouting marks, stands, property boundaries, food plots, ponds, roads, trails, and numerous other important objects of interest. Attach notes to your map objects and sort them by time and type.
View distance and area measurements using our advanced measurement tools. Our app will give you extremely accurate map-based distances in feet, meters, and yards and area measurements in acres.
Hunting App #1: Big Game Logic.
Big Game Logic is deer scouting and management software for your computer that syncs your trail camera images and your field observations with the weather and moon phase. It will even suggest a stand for you to hunt based on the upcoming forecast!
- Organize your trail camera images by specific location.
- Import images from your games cameras or record your field observations.
- Works with ALL digital game cameras (works with any digital images
- Sync your images and field observations with data from over 20,000 weather stations
- Ability to change the weather station for any zip
- Advanced reporting, including filtering and grouping on 30+ different fields
- Pattern deer activity with colorful charts (Moon Phase, Location, Wind Direction, etc.)
- Stand Suggestion feature that combines the weather with past activity data to suggest which stand to hunt based on upcoming forecast
- Pattern individual deer
- Ability to roll up data to enhance accuracy of patterning deer activity
- Save reports that you want to use at a future time
I’m sure we have only seen the tip of the iceberg with the future of hunting and using applications on our personal devices. I hope you find these hunting apps for 2017 useful in the field or at the very least something to keep you busy in the tree stand while you’re waiting on the monster buck.
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