Rand McNally Road Atlas

Rand McNally Road Atlas

By Rand McNally

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2013-04-14
  • Current Version: 1.5.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 608.29 MB
  • Developer: Rand McNally
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 2.5
From 186 Ratings


The Rand McNally Road Atlas has been the ultimate road travel accessory for over 90 years, allowing for dependable navigation and travel planning across the country. With the Rand McNally Road Atlas app, you get all the high-quality maps you would receive in our legendary paper road atlas on a digitally enhanced version for both iPhone and iPad. This includes: • Updated maps from the 2018 Road Atlas for all 50 states, including Canadian provinces, Mexico and Puerto Rico. • No connectivity required after download. • Detailed inset maps for large cities and national parks • Pinch-and-zoom functionality • Alphabetical drop-down list of all available maps • Slide-out map legend for reference As a bonus, two classic Rand McNally maps included at the end of the map list: • 1883 Railroad Map featuring Chicago & Alton R.R. • 1920 Railroad Map



  • Good Atlas

    By Wulkant
    But don’t expect more than you would from a paper copy. More intuitive tap to open a different state or an enlarged view would sure be nice! Error report: US 62/180 is 4 lane divided highway from Carlsbad NM: SW to the Texas state line.
  • Very Handy App

    By 4best
    This is a very handy App, especially for anyone who travels a lot on the road. No big frills, just a very handy road atlas.
  • Don’t listen to bad reviews

    By Fthomas21
    This is a great app. Yes, it is NOT a navigation app nor georeferenced or zooms into fine detail. If you want that buy an app that does that. This is a good old fashioned map in digital format. I use navigation apps often, but I like to see the big picture in a simple format. I use this app as often or more than navigation apps.
  • Not Georeferenced

    By Deekyn
    I don’t write reviews normally, but this app is terrible. It is not georeferenced and cannot use your location. It is simply maps on a screen. This is simply unacceptable for a map app to not use georeferenced maps. What a waste of $10. Don’t bother unless you just like looking at maps on your phone.
  • Really? No index? A paper map is better.

    By Florida Tbom
    I expected this to be like buying the paper atlas. There is no way to look up a city. You look at a picture of the map. You can zoom in some. It has landscape and portrait viewing. That's about it. No list of cities. No idea if a city will be on the map, if you take the time to scroll over the whole thing. At least a paper map has an index on the back. Overpriced for such a limited non-app.
  • Does not work

    By PamelaLS
    Does not work on my iPad 2, will not download. Have been trying for over two years. Read as many reviews as you can for this app to get a good idea of exactly what you are purchasing.
  • No Zoom

    By obie1kanobe
    From other reviews , I knew this didn't have more detail than the paper map it's based on. However some reviews indicated that it was possible to zoom in and get a magnified view--but I can't on an iPad. The maximum zoom is the same as the paper map. Using it easier than unfolding a paper map in the car but there's not much detail.
  • Trash

    By Curdog83
    Not worth 10 Bucks 👎🏾👎🏾
  • Good app with a little room for improvement

    By No neck dad
    Over all I am pleased with this app. It serves the purpose of carrying a paper map and is easier to navigate. Did a 3000 mile road trip using this and was satisfied. It may not be interactive or show where the Starbucks's is but it will get you where your going! Hard loaded you don't have to rely on an internet connection which is nice since loosing cell phone service is the goal of most of my vacations!
  • This is a good app.

    By Stromycs
    I think most of the negative reviews are from people who don't understand what an atlas is! This is a book of maps in a digital format. So instead of carrying around a huge paperback Rand McNally atlas you can pull up digital maps that you can zoom in on with adequate detail.