[APP] Off-line maps (OSM) + "Courses" from Garmin - lack!

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sudione

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Dear XDA forum developers!

Is there anyone on this forum who can write a simple application showing the map (e.g. OpenStreetMap) in off-line mode, which we load ourselves into the watch's memory and additionally with the GPS track navigation function (from a .GPX file)(example: "Courses" from Garmin). There is no such thing on the market and it seems to me that with a well-developed application such something could be sold for 5$ very well.

P.S. Do you want to be rich? This is the moment!;)
 

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Lord Sithek

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Dear XDA forum developers!

Is there anyone on this forum who can write a simple application showing the map (e.g. OpenStreetMap) in off-line mode, which we load ourselves into the watch's memory and additionally with the GPS track navigation function (from a .GPX file)(example: "Courses" from Garmin). There is no such thing on the market and it seems to me that with a well-developed application such something could be sold for 5$ very well.

P.S. Do you want to be rich? This is the moment!;)
have you tried Ghostracer?


It's possible to send maps portion to the watch from the phone and even navigate by loading gpx file, as far as I remember
 
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    Dear XDA forum developers!

    Is there anyone on this forum who can write a simple application showing the map (e.g. OpenStreetMap) in off-line mode, which we load ourselves into the watch's memory and additionally with the GPS track navigation function (from a .GPX file)(example: "Courses" from Garmin). There is no such thing on the market and it seems to me that with a well-developed application such something could be sold for 5$ very well.

    P.S. Do you want to be rich? This is the moment!;)
    have you tried Ghostracer?


    It's possible to send maps portion to the watch from the phone and even navigate by loading gpx file, as far as I remember
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    Thanks! I will try, but I must admit that I am looking for something simpler and "lighter".:)
    I see. But it isn't that heavy I think, it should do its job. I agree that there is no big selection in this kind of apps though