I hope it will be really usable in Fremantle with future devices, because the actual GPS is unusable.
OSM2Go is a editor for openstreetmap. OpenStreetMap is for maps what Wikipedia is for encyclopedia.
It makes heavy use of the plattform as it uses the internet to transfer data from and to the map servers. It uses GPS and the hirez touchscreen.
The current version allows for all major aspect of mapping incl. creation, deletion and modification of ways and nodes.
THIS is to me a highly-compelling app for the N810 especially. In fact I had not considered this usage before but now I can see this sort of ultility as being a key selling point for GPS-enabled tablets. I may have to do a write-up about it on my blog.
Nice work and more like this!
A relly heavy editor for that light device. Talking feature-wise here. It's en par with the Potlatch flash-based editor and capable of most of the everyday tasks of mapping for OpenStreetMap. It's especially useful for mapping house numbers.
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