Homebrew developer Royale has released a new version of his PSP-Maps application, bumping it up to version 0.4. If you haven't heard of this app, it's a map reader for your PSP, patterned after Google Maps, yet without using the Google Maps API.
As you can probably guess, this new version comes with some nifty additions, which we've outlined below:
* added a cache on the memory stick
* allows offline browsing of maps in the cache
* added a configuration file
* added options to disable disk cache and transition effects
* added an error image when view is not available
* better zoom level (thanks to elefas for the tip)
If you've got a geography test to study for, then you may want to keep this around as a handy guide. There's also something cool about being able to use your PSP to locate places you've never been to before. In any case, give it a try and see how it works for you.
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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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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
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
We've had so many homebrew applications in the past that provide us with map programs for the Sony PlayStation Portable. If those didn't the trick for you, then may this next one from coder Royale will do.
The coder, known for his Chromium PSP port has ported Google Maps to the Sony handheld
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
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
PSP Homebrew developer Royale has released a new build for the PSP-Maps application. If you aren't familiar with PSP-Maps, it's a map-reader that allows the Sony handheld to retrieve maps directly from Google Earth.
In honor of the 2008 NEO Spring coding contest 2008, PSP-Maps v0.6 has a brand new splash screen
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