Maverick: GPS Navigation

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About this app

Use offline maps and GPS even without an internet connection. This app is great for hiking, boating, geocaching and other outdoor activities.

• Multiple global and regional online maps, including: Bing, Yandex, Open Street Maps, OSM Cycle, OSM Public Transport, Multimap (UK), OutdoorActive (Germany, Austria, South Tyrol), Cykloatlas, HikeBikeMap (Germany), Open Piste Map, NearMap (Australia) and many other maps.

All maps automatically cached for offline use. Use Mobile Atlas Creator to download maps or MAPC2MAPC to convert maps from other formats.

• Share your current or planned position
You can send address, GPS coordinates, link to Google Maps and even map image.

• Navigate easily
Build-in radar shows the direction, distance and estimated time to a point of interest.

• Save places you visit
All waypoint stored in KML file and can be viewed and edited in Google Earth.

• Record tracks with single tap
Tracks are recorded in GPX format and can be viewed in Google Earth and other software.

• Upload tracks to GPSies
Free account is required for uploading.

• Trip Computer
Watch speed, altitude, pitch and many other values.

Only in Pro version:

• Unlimited waypoints and tracks
• Lock compass to bearing
• UTM and OSGB grids
• OS Explorer maps
• FourSquare support

We can implement standard Google MapView, but it's limited - no caching and terrain view. If you need it, please email us or leave a comment.
Updated on
Feb 15, 2017

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29.5K reviews
Seth Higham
August 2, 2020
Powerful, but clunky. User interface is horrible. Many of the maps providers no longer work, and to download for offline use them you have to download each zoom level individually. Very frustrating when you just want to block out an area and download as much as you can about it. Search functions are awkward, and there is very little intuitive function. Once you get used to it then it is OK, but it's one of the poorer designs I've seen. Virtually zero documentation or user guide.
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shane woods
February 18, 2021
Used to be a nice little app, but now? Not a chance. The last couple times I've used it, it logs the start point and that's it. No tracks. Distance given seems to be nothing more than a random number. Multiple satellites listed but now it's getting to the point of deletion. Thing is if this is how good the free version is, how disappointing would the 'pro' version be? I purchased a flight tracker and it's that bad, it doesn't even list the flights you can see. So money wasted. Ditto this one.
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Martin Player
May 30, 2022
If you are walking in Britain this is a brilliant app. Down load the Ordinance Survey Maps ( OS Explorer). Choose your walk on the map, down load it to your phone before you leave ( in case there is no signal once out) and off you go. It tells you where you are, which direction you're heading, marks your path, add waypionts, distance/time travelled etc. Never fails. I've used it for years. Martin.
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What's new

Version 2.8

• 'What 3 words' support
• Bugfixes

Version 2.7.4

• New maps

Version 2.4:

• Address/places search.
• Using new Fused Location Provider.
• Support for tracks formats:
• GPX (routes)
• PLT (OziExplorer)
• KML (Google Earth)
• NMEA (Canon 6D, S100, etc)
• Pebble support.
• Segments in tracks.
• Better multi-touch.
• Google Street View.
• NearMap Australia (paid service).
• Use external SD card option in Settings.