- Cached Google Maps for Mobile
May be of limited use out in the sticks as you only get the map and not the satelite view but may be good to fall back on for a GPS location. It gives you a 10 mile radius.Posted 6 years agoweirdnumberMember
The cached maps in Google Maps are fine for cities, I used them in Amsterdam to avoid data charges since you can use the phone in ‘Airplane’ mode with GPS on.Posted 6 years ago
For off road stuff they are a bit crap, Google Maps doesn’t show footpaths so you are better off with one of the OS Apps knocking about.Mr AgreeableSubscriber
Android users have been crying out for the ability to cache maps for ages.
Mapdroyd does this for OpenStreetMap maps, you can have all of Europe on your phone if you like. Doesn’t have any navigation (beyond showing you your location) and not a terrific amount of use for off road though.Posted 6 years ago
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