Es ist legitim, EIN MAL zu fragen, ob es bundle Preise oder Vergünstigungen für Langzeitnutzer gibt. Aber auch wenn die Antwort aus technischen Gründen nachvollziehbar NEIN lautet, sollte man doch ziemlich schnell zu der Einsicht gelangen, dass 9,99€ pro JAHR ein phantastisches Angebot sind, um neue, absolut sinnvolle Features nutzen zu können.
Ich bin schon jahrelang dabei und kenne keinen anderen Anbieter, der die Wünsche seiner Nutzer derart schnell, effizient und fehlerfrei umsetzt. Eventuelle Probleme, die selten auftreten, werden konsequent korrigiert. Das gibt es nirgends sonst.
It is legitimate to ask ONCE if there are bundle prices or discounts for long-term users. But even if the answer is understandably NO for technical reasons, you should come to the realisation pretty quickly that 9.99€ per YEAR is a fantastic offer to be able to use new, absolutely reasonable features.
I have been a member for years and know of no other provider who implements the wishes of its users so quickly, efficiently and flawlessly. Any problems, which rarely occur, are consistently corrected. You won’t find that anywhere else.
da so ein tolles Programm natürlich auch Entwicklungskosten mit sich bringt ist ein Abo auf jeden Fall OK.
Meine Frage wäre jetzt nur, wenn ich das Abo für Kurviger 2 abschließe ist es dann auch auf all meinen Android Geräten nutzbar, so wie es bei der Pro Version ja auch funktioniert?
Auf jeden Fall ist Kurviger eine tolle Sache die auch unterwegs viel Spass macht.
I am honestly thrilled by your new subscription model, hoping that means we will keep this excellent app as well as see further development along the way and I think the pricing is very competitive compared to alternative and lesser solutions.
I have had and used your Kurviger 1 Pro app for some years now (Since beta at least), and use it extensively for my motorcycle driving and finding new routes.
Major from here.
I have beta-tested Kurviger 2 only a few times so far, and have found its new features very nice and helpful. I can already feel that I will be using it as much in the future as I have so far. Big fan here
Feedback on the route segment options:
If this part should be posted in a different thread, please let me know.
I recall in the past having suggested (together with others) being able to set up settings for segments of the route and now you have implemented it. Awsome.
I have an additonal, and important to me, request though, or maybe it is just because I have not yet figured out how to use it.
For each segment I can choose between fastest, fast and curvy and so on, but… I would VERY much like to also en- and disable motorways, ferries and so on per segment, basically I would like to have all the normal options for a route, but potentially different for each segment of the route.
I have started planning a route from Denmark to Gibraltar, and at least for the first part through Germany I would like to use motorways part of the way, then choose not to use motorways for some time, then later during a part of France I would like to use partly motorway again.
Thanks for the new 2.0 version. I also own the 1.x version and 2.0 is a major improvement already. I had also briefly tried a zumo 396 earlier this year but must say that I instantly hated the software. It was almost impossible to follow a pre-planned route (others seem to report similar problems). I ended up selling my garmin again. Absolutely no comparison to kurviger.
That being said, I’d also like to make a few suggestions for improvement. I found myself using the app more and more for planning as well. So here are some ideas:
Undo/Redo stack. It would be nice to undo a deleted waypoint (the workaround is to export after every modification)
Allow to display the distance between the current position and an existing waypoint.
Allow to set a new starting point and discard all previous waypoints/shaping points in one go.
Make the overlayed tracks persistent. Currently, every time kurviger terminates (i.e. when moved to the background) any loaded overlay is gone.
I see. Yes, that is related but is slightly different (more) to what I had in mind. I would - in fact - only need this info in planning mode, i.e. when the navigation is stopped or paused. Just to estimate where to plan for any future stops. I won’t need a constantly updating distance of several POIs while navigating.
Currently, I actually use point (3) from my list above. During a break I usually move the starting point to my current location and remove all WPs behind. This will then update all WPs ahead accordingly. If we had a single action for this it would be great.
From my remaining two points I think an undo operation has already been requested by others as well. Again, it is useful for planning as it helps exploring various options more quickly.
Yes, probably Android closes it. Doesn’t happen everytime though.
Hey all, people mostly write when they have something to complain about. So I just wanted to say that I happily paid the 10 Eur for the yearly subscription. After I purchased Tourer.
Considering how much value you get and how well we were treated in the last several years, I think that it is only in our best interest to do anything in our power to keep this app going.
No other software costs as little as phone apps and this is one of the harder platforms to develop for. A thousand different models, constant changes in Android, outdated phones running archaic versions of the OS (Android 5 is how many years old now?) - the amount of time and hard work it takes to get it even remotely ‘right’ is staggering.
If I want to see the gas stations, hotels or restaurants on or near the route, I have to have the offline maps active.
If I want to know the speed limits or have the application recalculate the curvy route, I have to do it with the online maps.
Another functionality that I want to have in kurviger is to know the gas stations that are on the route that I have created.
Will it be possible to have all this together?
P.S. It is the first time that I participate in the forum and I apologize if this is not the right place or ways.