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What is the best easiest to use GPS App out there..

going in a Samsung tablet and phone..

Thailand / Laos / Cambodia... 

 

 

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I use viewranger



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thanks Steve


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If you go down the viewranger route, I know some good in app mods smile Just let me know if you go that way and I am happy to help 



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Osmand is worth a look too.

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I have Offline Maps. It's good when in remote locations where there is no phone signal. Was put onto it by a boaty, apparently its good offshore. Certainly works well enough in Victorian forests without phone signal, just GPS signal. Mapping isn't as good as a proper GPS but a good back up and good to pinpoint ones location..

Recently I have been using Strava. Its good to record rides on a map and gives distance, average speed elevations etc. I think its popular with cyclists and walkers but works fine on a trail bike too.

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Kaos wrote:

I have Offline Maps. It's good when in remote locations where there is no phone signal. Was put onto it by a boaty, apparently its good offshore. Certainly works well enough in Victorian forests without phone signal, just GPS signal. Mapping isn't as good as a proper GPS but a good back up and good to pinpoint ones location..

Recently I have been using Strava. Its good to record rides on a map and gives distance, average speed elevations etc. I think its popular with cyclists and walkers but works fine on a trail bike too.


 ive found STRAVA works well , might have confused the cyclists when i beat their times for sections id completed . 



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If you are talking about Laos, Cambodia and Thailand use MapsMe. The timings are always off but you can download the whole countries easily, towns gave lots of details such as fuel and hotels/hostels etc.

I couldn't recommend it enough for those countries

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Great... will look at it...


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