Download CarrollMaps apk 1.2.0 free for Android smartphone
Apk file size: 8.4 MB
A navigation map for the Carroll's Building in DkIT.
Seán McDonnell part of our Travel & Local and have average installs from 100 to 500. Last Update Nov. 7, 2013. Google play rating is 84.2857. Current verison is 1.2.0. Actual size 8.4 MB.
Tldr:fantastic Such a useful app, I can't remember all there time I have gotten lost in the Carroll's building whilst yearning for some sort of app that would show me the way! When lo and behold one arrives, obviously coded by some sort of herculian intelligence and polished by tiny programming elves. Tell your loved ones for the days of wandering aimlessly are long gone, no more camping gear is needed whilst we try to scurry for class to class in the vain attempts to better ourselves.
Saved me I was stuck in the Carrolls building for about 3 days before I discovered this app. Living off Starbucks leftovers and using the guitar playing hipsters as entertainment, my quality of life declined rapidly. This app showed me the way to the exit and allowed me to get home, essentially saving my life. Thanks!
Great app, nearly there Great app, like paddy said more landmarks should be added which would make navigating even better
Galaxy S5 Crashes on every start up, refuses to work.
Brilliant It is a great way to learn your way around the building
Excellent It's awesome. Could use a "Starbucks", "Garden" and "Locker Room" option though :)
Crashes As soon as I attempt to launch the app crashes every time
I owe this app my life: Hope... Without hope we have nothing. Hungry, tired....alone. I thought God had forgotten about me. I found myself alone roaming the corridors of the Carroll’s building. I don’t know how long I was there for, seemed like years. It was dark and I was lost, every wall looked the same. Had I been here before? I thought so, I couldn't be sure. Room after room, hall after hall, it all seemed to blend into one, I wasn't sure but I thought I might be losing my mind. I was about to give up, I needed a way out. At this stage all I had was my phone and a single bullet. With just enough battery to tell “her” I loved her, before saying goodnight. Then it hit me, there was an app, a kind man said I should install on my phone a long time ago. It seemed like another life, I could picture fragments of that day. I didn't think much of it at the time after installing it. And there it was, right in front of me, with me this whole time. Carroll’s Maps, I loaded it up and with the fluid ui I could quickly plan my escape before I used the last of my power. I was free.