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iCE Peak 2.1 is now available on the Appstore. This release fixes several issues reported by users. Find it here.
iCE Peak 2.0 is now available on the AppStore. It continues to be a universal app with support for both iPhones and iPads. Here’s what we added:
iOS 7 support, elevation and distance data can be view with imperial or metric units, personal peak lists when logged in, cleaner map interface, bagged peaks displayed with green icons, non-bagged peaks as red icons, print both maps and details page, glossary of peak bagging terms, more peaks and peak lists, performance improvements and bug fixes.
Download it here https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ice-peak/id562896625?mt=8
Apple has approved version 1.2 of iCE Peak. This release includes several minor UI enhancements, bug fixes, additional map types available, and additional peak and peak lists.
If you enjoy using iCE Peak, consider giving a positive rating on the AppStore. If you find any issues impacting your use of the app, please report them directly to us via Settings > Send Feedback option available within the product. Thanks!
Been using the open infrastructure design and data exchange standard, LandXML.
Noticed that the organization is being discontinued due to lack of funding. iCE Field has started hosting some information.
For future reference, the LandXML 1.2 specification is available at http://landxml.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com/specifications/LandXML-1.2%20Schema%20Document.html
Apple approved version 1.1 of iCE Peak tonight! This version has many fixes, and works in portrait and landscape mode now on the iPhone. The download size has been significantly optimized down to just over eight megabytes (down from 66 MBs).
iCE Peak is a universal app supporting iPhone and iPads. Get it now from the Apple AppStore.