WiiEarth allows you to use your Wiimote to navigate (and zoom-in on) the Earth, using Google Maps and similar services. You can switch between viewing with OpenStreetMap, Live (Maps, Satellite) and Google (Maps, Satellite, Terrain).
* Added widescreen support
* Added always visible background tiles
* Fixed graphical glitches in overlay text
* Fixed tile downloading issues:
o Google out-of-bandwidth tiles no longer give graphical weirdness
o More TCP support means less empty tiles
o Some DNS issues solved
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Wondering what other homebrews were spotted over at the ongoing PSP-Hacks competition?
For one, there's the latest builld of Royale's PSP Maps application, which allows you to view Google Maps, Virtual Earth and Yahoo Maps from your Sony handheld.
Aside from those online services, version 1
It appears that Royale's been keeping close tabs on user comments for the PSP-Maps homebrew. The developer has recently released the third build of this Google Map-style application, which introduces some handy new features that you should enjoy:
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WiiEarth WiiEarth is a Google maps like app that enables you to browse the earth like in Google maps
If you'd care to recall, some time ago, we posted an article on homebrew developer Royale's attempt to bring Google maps to the PlayStation Portable. The coder has updated PSP-Maps to version 1.2 and with it comes a number of improvements
3D Virtual Earth 3D Virtual Earth
My virtual globe homebrew application for PSP. Not so many features for now, just explore beautiful places of our planet with 3D terrain and several layers to choose from. Your comments and ideas are welcome.
Hope it's obvious that data is downloaded from Internet on demand and you'll need active WiFi connection
If you're a constant globetrotter, or if you simply want to know more about the world around you, then homebrew developer Royale's little app, PSP-Maps, should be right up your alley. Pretty much a map-reader that retrieves satellite images directly from Google Maps, PSP-Maps is handy for all your map-reading needs on the go
Cleveland Rapid Transit Map If for whatever reason you happen to be travelling in the city of Cleveland, you may want to take a look at this homebrew created by developer qw3rky