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The waiting is over ... the Android App is here

We're excited to announce that the iFootpath Android App is now available on Google Play.

Many of you have been asking, for more than a year, for us to create an Android version of the App and we've always been keen but needed to take some time to save up the funds needed to invest. We've now made that investment and we hope that this will mean many more people will be able to join the iFootpath community. We can't wait to welcome all the Android customers to our world.

At just 69p the App is the same price as the iTunes version, and gives you full access to more than 400 free walking guides available to download to the palm of your hand. Each guide includes full turn-by-turn directions, a live map, photographs, historical notes and more. There's also a GPS tracker that you can use to create your own walking guides or track your own walking progress.

Many thanks to those kind volunteers who have helped us to test the beta versions during the development, we're really grateful for all your help and couldn't have done it without you. With the feedback from these volunteers we hope that the Android App will work robustly on the vast array of Android devices. If you do come across any glitches with your device please do let us know as we want to fix any bugs that appear as quickly as possible.

Join us on our adventure.


  Android app on Google Play

Up, down and all around
Four walks around the Slindon Estate, West Sussex


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