[OSM-talk] Android OSM Navigation (AndNav.org)
plusminus at anddev.org
Thu Feb 12 03:20:52 GMT 2009
we've just finished a neat new feature for AndNav2.
You can now submit Nodes (POIs) directly from AndNav2 to the OSM-Server.
If you didn't yet know, we also support FreeThePostCode and
OpenStreetBugs through their APIs.
So AndNav2 is becoming pretty handsome for the modern mapper ;)
Android-Device owners can download the latest version on here:
Happy mapping :)
Nicolas & Pascal
Am 13.12.2008 18:25, schrieb plusminus at anddev.org:
> Hi Frederik,
> I accidentally left that sentence there, sorry.
> The current plan is to make AndNav2 free and supported by ads ( http://ads.andnav.org/ ).
> We are currently searching for hardware-sponsors, because the server Pascal's services are running on can cover only the big countries of Europe ( http://coverage.andnav.org/ ).
> Regarding the OpenSource-Part:
> There is a "MapView"-Component tightly built inside of Android, which displays Google-MapTiles just like on maps.google.com .
> My OpenSource-Part is placed on here: ( http://code.google.com/p/osmdroid/ )
> and is a full 'replacement' for the Google-MapView class, with some additions.
> It supports panning, zooming, Screen-->Geo& Geo-->Screen Transformation, Rotation, MiniMaps, Overlays, MapTile-Caching to SD-Card etc...
> Its free for use and licensed under GPLv3.
> Best Regards,
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> talk at openstreetmap.org
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