Hunting Apps in Big Game, Bruin & Whitetail Hunting Posted October 9 · Report reply I have used 2 hunting apps Huntstand and Scoutlook. I basically wanted something I could use a mapping feature on - mark property lines, stands, cams, deer sign etc. I didn't like the 'feel' of scout look, just seemed clunky to me. I have become a fan of huntstand. It feels easier to use to me. You can look up property lines on it, although I have found for my place, it is off a bit. I do like the ease you can add different waypoints and even trace a path you walk (although you can't do anything else with the phone while you do it). If you are going to be in an area out of cell service, if you zoom in on the area you will be hunting while you do have cell service, it will remember that zoomed area for 30? days. you can also share a hunting area with someone else who has the app. They can be set to view only or be able to add things to the map. I wish you could copy or duplicate a map for this, but you can't. For example I want my partners to be able to see the trails, and stands but maybe not my scouting finds..... I have to use 2 different maps, 1 for me, 1 to share..... small price I think. Best of all it is free, albeit with some popup ads unless you want to pay to get rid of them. All in all, I like it. I haven't used my garmin gps in several years.