The best navigator on any platform The best navigator ever created. It's free (no ads or IAP), offline, fast loading, available in many platforms, fully configurable and very powerful (can handle OpenStreetMaps of the whole world, speedcams and everything). The only problem is that it has no WYSIWYG, configuration is done by creating a "/sdcard/navit/navit.xml" file and adding the wanted items manually, but it's worth it. Bug in 6446 build: the POI "Set distance to" doesn't work anymore.
Would like to like it, but.. I've followed this app for years. Can only get me to a town, very obtuse interface, only in km. I don't get it. There are several gps apps out there with none of these issues. Why so crazy and why so hard to give it a destination within 10 miles of where you want to go? Sorry.
Awesome open source app The interface is a bit clunky and could be a bit more intuitive but this app works great once you downloaded a map, it's as good as my Tomtom. I like the fact that it is free and opensource. No ads, no download limits, and the team answers all your questions. Keep up the good work and thanks!
Too many faults slow, does not show map, wrong level of detail, ...
Doesn't work on Nexus 5. I downloaded the map, but it doesn't work in Nexus 5. The map screen is just white. I think there's a dot. The interface is a bit clunky, but I wouldn't mind if it would render the map. I'm going to keep the app for a bit in hopes that it gets fixed.
Crash... By trying to download map...
This is the 0.5.0 release.
This release includes way too many changes for them to be listed here (over 2500 of them since the previous release), but one of the major improvements is the rewrite of the navigation engine, and a new renderer, based upon Cairo instead of GDK with nice features like anti-aliasing and some new translations.
Please report issues at http://trac.navit-project.org
The documentation can be found at http://wiki.navit-project.org