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Rockfax Digital Android Version and FREE Access Product News

To mark the Android release and the change to subscription on the iOS version, we are offering FREE access to the entire Rockfax catalogue to everyone until the end of June 2019.

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Rockfax App Android Version

Android Users

To install for the first time, go to the Play Store and install the app. This will give you the basic app. To access the full catalogue of all the Rockfax guide information, you need to log in by going to Settings > My account > Sign In. If you have an account on UKClimbing.com then use this log in. If not then go to UKClimbing.com and create an account there first. That's it! You now have access to every Rockfax guidebook on your mobile device until the end of June 2019.

New iOS Users

To install for the first time,go to the App Store on your iOS device and install the Rockfax app. This will give you the basic app. To access the full catalogue of all the Rockfax guide information, you need to log in by going to Settings > My account > Sign In. If you have an account on UKClimbing.com then use this log in. If not then go to UKClimbing.com and create an account there first. That's it! You now have access to every Rockfax guidebook on your mobile device until the end of June 2019.

Existing iOS Users

The iOS system has also changed and will now be a subscription based system. You will still have access to any packages you have bought previously but you will no longer be able to buy crags as separate packages. To get the new version just go to the App Store on your iOS device and update the Rockfax app. Then log in using your existing account and you will have access to the entire Rockfax catalogue.

From July 1st, the system will be done on a monthly or yearly subscription basis at a rate of £4/month recurring, or £3/month taken yearly in a single £36 payment.

If you have any questions about the new versions then please comment on the Forum thread linked to below.

FAQs on the Rockfax App



For more information visit Rockfax.com

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23 May, 2019

Bit late for an April fools joke, no?

23 May, 2019

App doesn't work on my phone (Galaxy S6). I get message "Rockfax has stopped" or "Rockfax keeps stopping". I've tried uninstalling/reinstalling but makes no difference.

23 May, 2019

Hi Brian. Thanks for reporting this to us. I'm aware there seems to be an issue with some Galaxy S5 and S6 devices crashing at startup. I'll be taking a look at that over next few days. There also appears to be an issue when navigating to the store from the map or some offline maps/overviews. The fix for this will be in tomorrow morning. Cheers, Martin

23 May, 2019

A lot of software comes out these days half finished, lacking features, full of bugs and then is patched over months and years all whilst people pay for it. Good on you for holding off on release until it was done (I know code is never done but still !). The app is smooth to use, good looking, pretty intuitive and well featured.

Although I wasn't convinced of the necessity of the app, since the guidebook would be "better", after using it I see it has sufficient distinguishing features that it is a useful supplementary tool to a guidebook rather than replicating it directly in digital form.

When (if!) I get back to climbing regularly then I will take out a subscription.

23 May, 2019

What will happen to the packages I have already purchased when I update the app and the free access ends? Will I still be able to use my old purchases?

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