Good bye c:geo in GPS technology and devices Posted June 28, 2011 I don’t really care who makes the app or how much it cost.... if an app is out there that has spontaneous live caching, that will be the app I will use, period. If ones don’t exist in the future I think it will slow the progress of the game and turn many people off to it. Once you get your method down, your going to want to stick to it. There is no reason for technology to move backwards or be stunted in any way. Software should run as good and have has many options as the hardware allows it to. A new breed of players has emerged and they know what they want…. I don’t see a reason not to give them what they want and what they are used to. Some people prefer to use a standard GPS unite which they are accustomed to, and that’s fine. They should be allowed to cache in the way they are used to. Some people prefer to use an android phone and have spontaneous live caching, I believe that is also fine and they should be allowed to do so. If c:geo doesn’t want to continue to update their produce to allow spontaneous live caching (which is fine and is their choice), this should be seen as a “golden egg” for Groundspeak to make their app function in this way…. They will make a lot of money in the process. If they give the people what they want, their app will them become the standard geocaching app (which it should be). The only reason I haven’t purchased the GS app is because it’s lacking this ability. I have no issue with purchasing an app that gives me what I want. I do it for my computer, so why would I not do it for me phone?