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Arne Hess

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Guillaume from GpsPasSion received some very detailed information from Mapopolis about their current Smartphone navigation solution:

Mapopolis is making a splash with a public beta of its Navigator for WM2003 Smartphones. Indeed, it is the first "on-board" navigation solution for Smartphones and unlike "off-board" solutions it does not require communication with a server to access maps and calculate routes!
On offer are the classic features of full featured navigation programs:

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#2

arvey Foster

I'm too lazy to register

I have used mapopolis on my palm for a few years. This new version on my i600 is great. no problems and very good voice directions and detqailed maps


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#3

Caprice

I'm too lazy to register

I saw it - very poor UI and very small maps (no cities inside, only streets).


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