GPS Navigation for Ubuntu Phone is now available!


My new app is "GPS Navigation", a turn by turn GPS Navigator!

GPS Navigation
It looks like this :)

Let's go!

Features:
  • Powered by OpenStreetMap & OSRM! :)
  • Works for any country/city in the world.
  • Search by city or street, even by important places.
  • turn-by-turn indications with voice & icons. 
  • 100% libre.

Do you want more? :)
  • Set a destination in any moment, even without GPS signal. The navigation will start when the GPS gets a high signal!
  • If you lost the route, it will do an automatic recalculate :)
  • Time, distance to destination & speed indicators.
  • Units: Kilometers or miles.
  • Center the view into the car or explore the route.
  • Set your favourite zoom driving. If you change it, it will be persist.
  • Set your home with a click on the map.
  • Portrait or landscape view.


How to use? In the easiest way:
How to use



How to install?

You can install it in the Ubuntu Phone Store, just search "GPS Navigation":

The app into the Ubuntu Phone Store


Will it work in my mobile?
It works fine in the BQ Ubuntu Edition & Nexus 4. Feedback about Meizu is welcome.


GPS Navigation



Limitations
  • Only works online (data mobile usage = ~2MB in ~10km).
  • Just for driving, don't expect it for walking/bicycle.

I want to thanks Robin, Mitchell Reese, Szymon Waliczek & David Planella specially their feedback & support.


Just have a nice trip with your Ubuntu Phone! Cheers! |o/

2 comments:

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