September 2010? How did that happen?!
How times have changed! No longer do we have to print out cache sheets, or usb coordinates (or worse, manually enter them!) into our gps, or even use a gps at all. Now, anyone with a smartphone has everything at his or her fingertips.
Although we've used c:geo since the transition to phone-caching began, I see that the Groundspeak folks have made their app free! If I recall correctly, it used to be $9.99. Maybe I'm delusional, but that was the reason we originally went with c:geo. It has served its purpose, but now that I have the Groundspeak app installed, we'll just have to play with it to see which one we prefer.
By looking at it for just a couple minutes, the Groundspeak app is much easier on the eyes, whereas c:geo has a black background. Hmm...looks like you have to upgrade to Premium in order to access some of the caches. Anything above a 1.5 difficulty or terrain requires Premium. Still worth using since the format seems a lot better than c:geo. I'll keep both installed until I get to the point of coughing up the cash to buy it. (I'm so
frugal cheap.) Oh, well wouldya look at that. It's not a flat purchase anymore, it's a subscription. (And it's an auto-renewal which is kind of a pain if you forget to turn it off.)
Yes, I am too cheap to pay for a subscription when I can use c:geo for nada. I will absolutely use it as my primary app, and if there's a cache that's grayed out because I don't have Premium, I'll switch over to c:geo and get what I need there. (Because why? Oh yeah, I'm CHEAP.)
Time to go play!