Fish and Game Department launches smartphone app
CONCORD – Hunters and anglers now have field information, maps and more at their fingertips using the official New Hampshire Fish & Wildlife Pocket Ranger smartphone app for iPhone and Android.
Recently launched by the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department in partnership with the ParksByNature Network, this free app provides both novice and seasoned outdoorsmen and women essential information on fishing, hunting, boating and wildlife watching in New Hampshire.
The app serves as an interactive outdoor guide and delivers immediate access to species profiles, rules and regulations, and important permit and licensing details.
The app provides plenty of other features to maximize your outdoor adventure: News, advisories and weather alerts; social networking and photo sharing; cacheable map tiles for offline use; advanced GPS mapping features; Friend Finder; built-in compass.
You can also use the app to record trail distance and time elapsed, mark and photograph waypoints to keep track of wildlife sightings, and recall, post or share saved data.
The app is available on the App Store and Google Play. To download the app, visit www.wildnh.com/about/app.html.