ScoutLook Hunting App Update Includes Property Lines and Landowner Info

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posted on April 9, 2018
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ScoutLook has launched its new “Property Lines” update to their ScoutLook Hunting App, a program that delivers global pinpoint weather forecasts, advanced game logging, distance and area measurement tools to give hunters a digital edge in the field. The new Property Lines feature allows users to view property lines, property sizes, landowner information and other helpful property details for 97 percent of the U.S. with coverage in all 50 states.

To use the Property Lines feature, simply open your ScoutLook Hunting App, tap on the small grid icon at the bottom of the screen, tap the checkbox next to “Show Property Lines.” Zoom in on an area of the map and you’ll start to see orange property lines. Tapping a specific property will reveal the landowner’s name and property address.

Offline functionality is critical for those who have limited cell service in the field. ScoutLook users can now save locations for offline viewing—this generates a 1-mile radius on the map that can be viewed without a cell connection, and can be used for real-time navigation using a phone’s GPS.

“We’ve always been very focused on keeping our app clean and easy to use,” explained Bill Little, ScoutLook co-founder. “The new Property Lines feature is no exception. We went to great lengths through extensive beta testing to ensure this feature becomes a seamless addition to our app. Hunters will now be able to make strategic moves in the field like never before.”

Unlimited access to the ScoutLook Hunting App costs $5.99/month for full nationwide coverage. To try the app free for seven days, click here. The app is available for both iOS and Android devices.

For information, go to scoutlookweather.com/hunting.

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