We've released an update to the iWalk Cornwall app which includes a couple of new features. The Walks Shop page for each walk now includes a slideshow of photos from the walk and the map now has numbered markers.
You can tap to read the direction text, start navigating from that direction, or report a footpath issue there. Using the information that has been fed back, we've been working with the CORMAC countryside team to help them pinpoint and remove fallen trees, fix broken stiles and address overgrown fields where the cutting regime is not working.
We use the app for all our walk testing when writing new walks or checking older ones so we've been using the new features ourselves for a few weeks whilst this version has been in development. The new features definitely make it much easier to start the walk from part-way round the route as you can immediately see where you are and what the previous/next directions are.
This version also includes a number of small performance and battle-hardening improvements (for example it will detect if the phone's network requests are being intercepted by a "sign in" page for a public network so you can do something about it to get your internet connection working; it also contains some workarounds for bugs in Android 4.0-4.3 so any "vintage" devices still running these will benefit).