Geocaching is a popular game for those who are into getting out of their homes to seek treasure in their neighborhoods all around the world. Geocaching may sound like a complicated game but it is actually very easy to play. It is essentially a high-tech hide and seek game for outdoors. The good news is you don’t even need an expensive GPS to get started. These 10 geocaching apps for iPhone can give you a helping hand:
Geosphere: Geosphere is a powerful geo-caching iPhone app that enables you to get outdoors and have fun. What I like about this app is the fact that it lets you search for missions based on difficulty and other factors. Supports†GPX and LOC files.
Geocaching: one of the most popular geocaching apps for iPhone. Comes with 1.4M geo-caches that could keep you busy forever. You can easily look up trackable item details, including goals and descriptions.
Geocache Viewer: have your geocaching files on your computer? Thanks to this app, you can view them on your iPhone. Works on iPad too.
iGeocacher: a sophisticated geo-caching app for iPhone that makes it so easy to go outdoors without having to use a single piece of paper. The interface is easy to use and the app works well offline. It uses a local SQLite database to keep track of your cache information.
Garmin OpenCaching: the official app for opencaching.com. It not only gives you a crash course on ge0-caching, it helps you find geocaches all around you. It allows filtering by cache type, difficulty, terrain, and size.
Geocaching Intro for iPhone: developed for those of you who may be new to the idea behind geocaching. It is free.
Cache Me for iPhone: an alternative client for opencaching.com. Lists your caches on the map and shows difficulty, terrain, size, and awesomeness for each cache.
Munzee – Scavenger Hunt: not exactly geocaching but very close in concept. Your goal is to capture Munzees with your smart-phone. You can always create your own Munzees.
What’s your favorite geocaching app for iPhone?