For an overview of ViewRanger map products please see the overview table. This table summarises the various areas, scales and delivery methods.
The software is free and available from your app store.
No, just use "checkout without creating an account".
Maps purchased in-app are delivered ove wifi. Maps purchased with the map chooser tool, by default, are delivered by a download link to your computer. Maps purchased from ViewRanger web store offer you a choice of deliver methods, including download.
Orders that need to be posted are usually dispatched the same day as long as they are placed by mid-afternoon. All items are usually held in stock. We dispatch using Royal Mail first class post.
Downloadable maps are available immediately and we will email you the serial number. Custom maps are usually generated and available to download the same day, 7 days a week, often within an hour.
If you have a particularly urgent order please phone or email us.
When you are ready to pay, the ViewRanger web store will transfer you to the WorldPay web site. WorldPay are a well known and respected payment processor, part of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group. Your card details are processed by their secure site and are never revealed to the ViewRanger site. A wide range of credit and debit cards are accepted.
However, if you prefer you are very welcome to phone us to provide payment details.
No, the maps are split into multiple areas and can be downloaded, and deleted, on demand.
You can generate your own license keys for the new device by signing into your ViewRanger account within the app using 'Account sign in'.
You can install the maps on up to four concurrent devices and most maps can also be viewed at my.viewranger.com
ViewRanger can share routes, tracks and points of interest with other applications and web sites, importing and exporting them using GPX format files.
You can also use my.viewranger.com to view and share your routes and tracks.
ViewRanger can't read maps from other applications. This is true of most other mapping applications, because most suppliers such as OS do not permit sharing. Scanned maps such as JPG or TIF can't be used either.