What is a good offline navigation/maps program (for android)?
Title states it, but I have a tablet (acer a500 w/ 4.0) and my phone (samsung galaxy s2/epic 4g touch w/ 3.2) and would like to be able to download maps to make it useful offline and while in out of signal areas.
It's not that I don't want to pay for it, of course I'd like it to be free, but if it's a worthwhile program I'd be ok paying something for it.
I got Gaia from Amazon, that's good, but you have to pre cache maps.
Yes Google maps lets you pre cache too.
Tried out NavFree, but if you powered the tablet off then on, it failed registration and wouldn't display anything (of course it was the free trial, but still)
Going to try out Maps(-) as well as map droyd tonight, give those a shot.
Apps like Sygic, Copilot live, etc, but those you buy for upwards of $40+, trying not go there.
Oh, and it'd be nice to have it on the tablet as well as the phone, even though the tablet would be more useful since my phone, well, has a signal, (when I'm solo I don't use the tab for navigation)