Texas is home to over 16,000 historical markers. And now theres an app to help you find them!
-Onboard marker database means you can browse markers without an Internet connection.
-Browse markers by geographic locations including cities and counties.
-Browse markers by type, size, and subject.
-Browse attractions where markers can be found including cemeteries; state parks; historic districts; etc.
-Uses Location Services in the background (optionally) and notifies you when you enter a different Texas county! (Continuous use of GPS may reduce battery life.)
-Keep track of marker visits!
-Update marker coordinates! (Device with GPS radio required)
-Record marker conditions!
-Includes conditions of marker where reported.
-Includes text for many markers with more being added frequently.
-Take new pictures with in-app camera or link to existing pictures from your Photo Library! (Photos not included with app.)
-Share your favorite markers via FaceBook, Mail, and iMessage!
-Backup your user database to your computer using iTunes File Sharing. Backed up data includes: Markers you’ve checked in at; marker coordinates you’ve captured; favorite markers; flagged markers; shared markers; and markers you’ve browsed in the database.
-Texas Centennial markers and monuments erected in 1936!
-Old San Antonio Road markers erected by DAR and the State of Texas in 1918!
-San Jacinto Battleground markers erected by DRT and the State of Texas in 1912!
-Complete Texas works of Pompeo Coppini!
-Selected Texas works of Waldine Tauch, Frank Teich, Elisabet Ney, and others!
-Blue Star Memorial markers (all the ones we know about.)
-New markers erected since 2012!