Ovi Maps - Finding your way around using your mobile phone is getting easier all the time, and the powerful new Nokia Ovi Maps 3.0 Beta represents the cutting edge of cellphone-based navigation.
The aim of Nokia Ovi Maps 3.0 is an ambitious one - to offer a comprehensive and accurate guide to the real world combined with the ability to share location-related content online. Though still in Beta release, Nokia Ovi Maps 3.0 represents a major breakthrough in the world of mobile navigation.
The software features some pretty major updates to version 2.0. Besides an overall improvement in map detail and quality, Nokia Ovi Maps boasts impressive new 3D features, including three-dimensional terrain and a 3D landmarks feature for more than 200 cities. This allows you to view major buildings and attractions of a city like never before, giving you 360-degree views in 3D.
Other improvements to Nokia Ovi Maps include enhanced pedestrian navigation complete with shortcuts through parks and squares, high-res aerial images for satellite and hybrid modes, and train route maps.
Drivers will love the new car navigation features, which include details of speed limits, real-time traffic information, and lane assistance.
Perhaps the most significant feature of Nokia Ovi Maps 3.0 Beta is its integration with Ovi by Nokia. Maps are now available via the company's online service, where they can be browsed, shared, favorited, and synchronized.
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MapThis! PSP Homebrew developer Art has released a modified version of Deniska's GPS navigation tool, MapThis! Art's modded version has three specific changes, including having the auto load option to always be active
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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is a homebrew application to bring Google Maps, Virtual Earth and Yahoo! Maps to the PSP with a simple interface.
This program is not using the Google Maps API (except for address search), it is retrieving the images directly using the wireless connection.
You can search for an address, add/load favorites, or just move around on the map
Homebrew developer Royale just released a new build for the PSP-Maps application, bumping it up to version 0.5. This progra, is actually a map reader for the Sony handheld that was patterned after Google Maps.
Despite that similarity, this homebrew release does not use the API from Google Maps
PSP-Maps is a homebrew application to bring Google Maps, Virtual Earth and Yahoo! Maps to the PSP with a simple interface
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VMap PSP Homebrew developer j5l came up with an interesting application for the PlayStation Portable
PSP-Maps 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
PSP-Maps 2.0 PSP-Maps 2.0
Here is the changelog:
* added basic PSP-290 GPS support
* removed the spash screen
* cheat for sky/moon/mars has been moved to the menu