Hema Maps Regions
The Hema map set is grouped into four regions:
Region 1 - Eastern Australia
Region 2 - Western Australia
Region 3 - Northern Australia
Region 4 - Great Desert Tracks
Pricing of Hema Maps from the Digital Map Shop
|Each single region ||for use on one Mobile Device only ||US $24.95 |
|Each single region ||for use on 2 x PCs and 2 x Mobile Devices ||US $49.95 |
|Full Set (all 4 regions) ||for use on one Mobile Device only ||US $79.95 |
|Full Set (all 4 regions) ||for use on 2 x PCs and 2 x Mobile Devices ||US $149.95 |
About Downloading Hema Maps
There are two ways to download the Hema maps:
On-Demand Map Download
Packaged Map Download
This is downloading a zipped file and then coppying out the map files to the device.
If you know what you want and wish to save time finding all the individual map titles, this is probaly the best way to go. The files can be downloaded from the links below.
About purchasing Hema Maps
Both the Memory-Map Software and the Hema Maps are free to download and use/tryout for 10 days.
Then, when you come to purchase the Hema maps, you'll have a choice of buying a licence to use the maps on one Mobile Device or 2 PCs and 2 Mobile Devices (that you own). This is the decision point. It doesn't matter that you haven't loaded the maps to a PC or mobile device yet, if you chose the 2 + 2 option, it means that you will have the activation rights available and ready for a later time.
Bulk download the Hema Maps here
First - get the Memory Map software downloaded and installed
To get the iPad/iPhone app, go to the AppStore on your device and search for Memory-Map and install the app.
Next - select and download the region you wish to download from the links here:
Hem - Base Map Pack - - 83 MB
HR 1 - Eastern Australia - - 241MB
HR 2 - Western Australia - - 87 MB
HR 3 - Northern Australia - - 120MB
HR 4 - Great Desert Tracks - - 174MB
Other useful info:
BTW, if (when) you change your PC or Mobile Device, you can migrate the licences from the old to the new and simply reload/download the maps again. See the Help Files or Knowladge Base for info.
The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011