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By craige, Senior Member on 7th April 2014, 08:54 PM
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8th April 2014, 08:19 PM |#11  
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I just made a search in Google play for apps suggested above "RMaps" and "Navigator" and I am not able to find app as such on the play store.... ?
 
 
8th April 2014, 09:59 PM |#12  
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Or get an alternative app?

Personally I like MapsWithMe. It doesn't run on Google Maps but on OpenStreetMap.org, which means it's quite a lot more accurate and extensive. (Even lists benches and power lines.) Just a suggestion.

I tried it and it looks nice but it is not for voice guided navigation
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Search for MapFactor: GPS Navigation in play store for Navigator.

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I use citymaps 2go pro, used it many times in france without data.

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Unless the DEV removed Rmaps maybe (I'm sure I downloaded it from play store") well here's a link to his blog

http://robertdeveloper.blogspot.co.u...rmaps.html?m=1

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I have tried all maps mentioned here, but none of them are as smooth and easy to understand as Google maps. Most of them are slow and laggy and also take forever to load location names and details.

Now I would be stuck without wifi and now wonder what to do....
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