The application will also provides a social link enabling users to create virtual walking tours of their adventures with annotations and the ability share their routes complete with geo-tagged photos with friends via email and social networks like Facebook. This application is also able to work completely offline without wireless connection, an important feature for an outdoor mapping software,
The first AccuTerra for the iPhone maps will go live with State Parks retailing for $1.99 each and National Parks going for $2.99. The San Francisco Bay area is expected to be free to download during the Apple worldwide developer conference this week (it includes more than 4,000 square miles of coverage and has points of interest like Mt. Tam, the Santa Cruz Mountains and the Redwood Forest).