After updating to v5.1, on startup screen, I am getting the error message “Bad request (400)”. Getting the same error when I try to access my logs and account on geocaching.com. Re-installing the app does not help.
iPhone 6 Plus, iOS 12.2
Thank you for the reply, Nic!
Yes. Something like "Open Link" menu item in "..." menu on the cache description page and on waypoint page which is configurable by the user. So the user could give a name to the action and provide the URL command. For two apps described above user could set up actions with the names "Open in OffMaps" and "Send to GCBuddy" and appropriate URLs stated above.
These are two examples where user-defined URLs with some template substitution would let users provide their own integrations with a variety of other apps without Cachly having to build in support for each case.
Normally, app to app communication in iOS is done via custom URL provided by the app. For example, Cachly has URL protocol cachly://......
i found a protocol for Offmaps but since Offmaps2 is a different product you would need to confirm with the developers that they support it or find out what they do support. This is what I found:
offmaps://?ll=[LATITUDE],[LONGITUDE]&z=[Zoom Level 3-17]&placemarker=1&placename=[WAYPOINT]
I expect this launches Offmaps with a waypoint using the name given at the designated coordinates.
You can trying building such a URL in Safari and see if it launches Offmaps2 as an initial test
gcbuddy seems to have a custom URL but details are sketchy.
Their support can likely provide more info.
Assuming you have custom URLs that do what you want, you will need to convince Cachly development to support integration with these other apps
In the meantime, you can easily copy the coordinates of a cache by a long press on the Coordinate text. Then you might be able to use the other apps with these coordinates by pasting them. Long press on the GC code in the title will copy it if they want the code.