[talk-ph] iOS 6 using osm and tomtom?
emmanuel.sambale at gmail.com
Sat Sep 15 14:43:26 BST 2012
I also recommend osmand for android it supports:
- offline map and routing
- voice activated routing
- gps log record and direct upload to osm
- point edits to osm
Maning Sambale (mobile)
On Sep 15, 2012 1:42 PM, "tutubi" <tutubi at backpackingphilippines.com> wrote:
> On Sep 15, 2012, at 12:28 PM, Jim Morgan <jim at datalude.com> wrote:
> > Did we have this conversation before?
> oh yes, sort of, but what was discussed even a few days ago is obsolete
> now. cant cope up.
> tried a few apps eg myTracks et al but im too lazy to download the gpx
> > :-) This is all available on Android, although not in the same app as
> far as I can find out. You can get a nice cheap Android for about 9k these
> days (the Huawei G300 is getting good reviews), or 4k if you really push it
> (Cherry Mobile). I use Trekbuddy for OSM data with offline maps and 1s
> logging. You can run a different app for routing. At the same time if you
> an android is a long time want. only reconsidering it since i've lost my
> garmin. will try the cherry mobile. i want one with a tv if there's one and
> it wont hurt much if i lose it :)
> > Anyway, I don't see any reason to drop 40k on the latest Apple. Paying
> more for a phone than a computer has always seemed a little obscene to me.
> i got an iPhone 4s as a gift, didnt buy it :) no plan to upgrade, i'm a
> peso-pincher i only need a handy camera. it will be with me til it conks
> out or lose it
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