CacheStats Blog

Version 4.0: New Maps and More!

December 12, 2018

newmaps Sadly, the maps at have been down for several months and the site doesn’t show any signs that it will be coming back. This spurred me to put out a new release which uses a new map provider, But that’s not all. Read on to learn about other new and exciting features added in this release.

Version 3.0.11: Who hides the toughest caches you’ve found?

February 1, 2015

Thank you to those of you who are still using CacheStats (I know there are still some of you out there)! Sorry it’s been so long since the last update. This isn’t a large update, but it does fix a couple outstanding issues. Read on for full details...

Version 3.0.10: Lots of little things

July 1, 2012

I’ve added a lot of little bug fixes and features in this release, including a feature to help you provide verification for completing challenge caches, and the ability to show the top 10 cache owners you've found most caches for. Read on for the complete list of features and bug fixes.

Version 3.0.9: Incorrect Found Dates (Again!), Miscellaneous Other Fixes

November 14, 2010

This version fixes incorrect found-it dates when you log a find from your phone. Depending on the time of day that you logged the find, CacheStats was sometimes counting it as a find for the next day. Read on to learn more about this fix and others.

Version 3.0.8: Tweet Your Stats

May 9, 2010

Tweet In this release, I added the ability to send tweets to your Twitter followers, directly from within CacheStats. Of course, you’ll need to have a Twitter account to take advantage of this feature. There are several ways to send a tweet…

Version 3.0.7: See the Caches Behind the Stats

April 4, 2010

Say you've found some caches rated 4 difficulty and 4 terrain. That's an interesting combination, you might wonder which ones they are. With this release, you can now view the caches behind the stats. To see those 4/4 caches, click the cell in the D/T grid and it will take you to the cache list showing them. You can do this for almost all stat categories. Check out the screen shots for more examples...