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OpenMaps Pro: Great for seeing OpenCycleMaps and Caching offline maps Review

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Great for seeing OpenCycleMaps and Caching offline maps
Developer responds to feedback by improving the app and updating often, showing good support for customers. Having access to the OpenCycleMaps is useful for planning urban cycling routes while out in the field and away from my PC. Cycle maps show streets and contour lines, making it possible to plan the least hilly route to my next landmark. Can't do that with the Googlemaps yet on the iPhone. Car routing via pins is good now. Yes, search is completely worthless as is, but I hope a new search provider and results presentation layer is next. Or, simply remove the search feature until a search provider can be found and integrated. I'd say that for now the search icon space would better be served by an options screen with a link to much needed tutorial screens. I find this app mainly useful as a way to bring openmaps with me because it simply has things Google does not. For search and routing, the stock Google app is fine.
Serendipityseeker on Sep 14, 2009 for OpenMaps Pro
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Waste of money
Search feature never returns anything accurate. I would not keep it even if it was free. 1.99 wasted.
contento1 on Sep 10, 2009 for OpenMaps Pro
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Fast loading and simple
First and foremost, if you think you are getting a $2 version of TomTom, you are sadly mistaken. This is a fast basic map viewer that caches maps for when you are out of cell range. It also has the advantage of being able to access maps that are, in some cases, much more current than Google. The openstreetmap project encourages people to add their gps tracks to flesh out the maps in areas where new roads are springing up faster than weeds. It's a project that I hope will take off, I've uploaded two tracks myself from the last two days.
Minhala on Sep 6, 2009 for OpenMaps Pro
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