If you're looking for a fresh take on offline maps, especially one that looks different from the others, give HERE a try. Locus Map Free, as clumsily named ass it is, is a cracking free maps app for those who love the great outdoors. You can use Locus to plan, edit, record and save trips, as well as share them with your friends and family.
It features geocaching, meaning you can download maps for offline use. There's also an audio coach for sports tracking, live tracking like you can do in WhatsApp to show somewhere where you are, and smart GPS technology that saves you battery life. Bonus tip: Did you know you can quite often find offline maps for a specific city in the Play Store too? You can also download zoom-able PDFs for transit, city streets or points of interest for most major travel destinations in the world.
They're a great alternative to occasionally rather large offline maps if storage space is at a premium. Navigator is the best - fact - not even listed - google should not be in the top ten. Google maps app is the best. Google Play Games. Play games instantly, save progress, and earn achievements. OsmAnd, which I mentioned and linked to in the comments above, is also another good option. They should work, you have a recent enough version of Android -- the only way to know for sure is to try it out for yourself!
It's basically useless because you can't use the navigation feature offline. You need a data connection in order to search for an address. If you can't search for an address, it makes navigation pretty useless! Kind of.
Address search needs a data connection. However, the point of interest database does not need a data connection. However, the point of interest database may be fairly incomplete depends on your location. Google just updated Maps for Android with offline navigation!
Nope, looks like there's still no offline navigation -- it's just improved offline support. There is either a built in shop or you can source your own. Yes disk storage is cheap but mobile storage is not yet. Looks pretty good -- appears to have no search and no navigation though, so I think OsmAnd wins out.
Honestly, if you're going to use a GPS app for navigation, it might be worth paying for one. The paid ones do seem significantly higher quality, from what I can see. The offline ones, that is -- Google navigation in Google Maps is great if you have a data connection.
Copilot Live USA doesn't update their maps very often. My house is two years old, with the surrounding development being over three years old, and it doesn't display any of the streets in my area. That's not unique to my area, though. I've seen a lot of other locales missing, too.
Is it works on Xperia X10 mini? You should be able to click through to the links and Google Play itself will tell you whether each device is compatible.
I just waited 45 min to get a lock. Fortunately I also have a Nokia which does the job in seconds and runs with no network connection like a dream Guess which ones getting the boot if an upgrade is not available soon!
Sounds like a problem with your Android device or model, I think. It acquires in seconds on my device. Yup, they don't need an Internet connection, so they're particularly useful for devices without cellular data connections! Tablets, too. Hey, I was wondering if you could use the maps downloaded in Mapdroyd in Mapfree by just moving it into the right folder.
I thought because they both get their maps from the same site that they would likely be in the same format. This way you can download smaller sections of maps such as just Alberta and BC. I will try it and post back. In Navfree? I'm not really sure, it's possible -- but it's also possible that each app has its own special format and you might have to name the files correctly. Depends how the developers did it. Let us know how it works for you! The Google servers and people who use the application provide info so that the application can function properly.
You can also take a quick peek and observe different cities with satellite and road-based images. Maps has direct competition from Waze.
This is another application you can use to navigate the world with driving directions. While there are many GPS apps available, these two are the most dependable and consistent. These have a similar approach, but Waze has a more simplistic style. This app does a lot more than just point you in the right direction, though. You can even use it to call a tow truck if you break down. They are also both by Google. Google Maps is kind of the measuring stick for navigation apps.
It has tons of locations, reviews, directions, and street-level photography of most locations. Additionally, it has accessibility features and you can download maps for offline use. Waze is a little more simple. Thanks for using Google Maps! This release brings bug fixes that improve our product to help you discover new places and navigate to them. As someone else mentioned, the directions do not keep up with your physical movement. The GPS dot moves all over the place even if you are standing in one spot making it extremely difficult to get your bearings in an unfamiliar place.
I may not know where I am, but I do know where I am not Google Text-to-Speech. Google Play Services. Update the area name and tap Save. Update offline maps Offline maps that you downloaded on your phone or tablet need to be updated before they expire.
From the notification In the "Update offline maps" notification, tap Update Now. Tap the expired or expiring area on the list. Tap Update. Why is the software program still available? What is a false positive? Why is this software program no longer available in our Catalog? Based on our scan system, we have determined that these flags are likely to be real positives.