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Texas Historical Marker Guide

Texas is home to over 16,000 historical markers

Texas is home to over 16,000 historical markers

Texas Historical Marker Guide

by Gregory Moore
Texas Historical Marker Guide
Texas Historical Marker Guide
Texas Historical Marker Guide

What is it about?

Texas is home to over 16,000 historical markers. And now there's an app to help you find them!

Texas Historical Marker Guide

App Details

Version
1.2.4
Rating
(195)
Size
40Mb
Genre
Travel Education
Last updated
September 22, 2017
Release date
January 20, 2015
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App Store Description

Texas is home to over 16,000 historical markers. And now there's an app to help you find them!

Features:
-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.

Includes:
-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!