If like me you like to have maps of where you're walking and trekking you can also get digital Ordnance Survey maps on your smartphone. For the price of a new OS map you get a free mobile download that you can use on your phone when out and about. Firstly go to www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk and create a new account. Each new paper map comes with a unique code which you scratch off to reveal and then enter in your OS account. Do this for each map you own to build a personal library. Next go to App Store / Google play and download the OS Maps app for free and install. You can now download onto your smartphone the maps from your online OS account to use offline. Using the app you can zoom in and out of your maps, create a route, record and save a route to use again, search for places and even view an aerial photograph map for realistic location reference. You can also upgrade to Premium to unlock even more features. Below are some screenshots of Jody's recent Three Saints Way ramble recorded on the OS Maps app using OS Explorer map 111 Bude, Boscastle & Tintagel 1:25,000 scale.