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Best sa5nav app I've tried
Navigator is back at the top. I prefer the many customisable options over mapsme. Menus could be more streamlined in order of use. I have tried to make the OSM look more like on maps.me but the detail and scale is not as well adjusted. Details disappear too soon on zoom out. Still big fan.
Lose the 'run at startup' permission! I didn't have a chance yet to test v3.0 as I rarely use navigation on my cell. But why on earth would I want a resources monster like MapFactor run automatically at startup, cluttering my RAM and CPU time and prolonging startup time?? What is this good for, and which setting influences this so I can turn it off? UPDATE 2017-05-22: With the update to v3.0 the app requests new Android permissions, one of which is 'run at startup'. If you guys at MapFactor are not aware of a use for this permission request, why not simply remove the necessity?
Love it before I purchased the HUD premium.. I was expecting that it would display a map on my windshield but it failed my expectation.. all i can see is numbers and arrows which i think very basic.. please hear this one out.. i think it's a waste of approx. $3 for this..
Great app, but some advices for improvement: 1. customisable map layout (e.g. street names are small), 2. faster algorithm for refresh, 3. not straightforward to contribute (in-app solution?)
Live TomTom HD Traffic - works also with free maps
Route recalculation is dependent on GPS accuracy
GPX/NMEA info dialog
Truck restriction icons on the map (Truck version)
GPS accuracy in Infopanel
Klingon navigation instructions (you must install Klingon TTS engine)
Setting to disable recalculation during navigation
GPS recording moved into My Places
Sharing of itinerary function
Warning when vehicle type is pedestrian but speed is
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