The Best of Android GPS Apps

The Global Positioning System (GPS) has progressed significantly from its introduction to civilians in 1983 and its invention and launch in 1978. The question of why it was introduced so late for public usage is a whole other topic, but it has acquired a considerable part of our lives as the technology is now easily available on smartphones, which can be carried with ease in our pockets. There are a number of apps that provide access to the maps of the world, and Google Maps is not the only one. Therefore, here are some of the best autoradio 6.1 dashcam Android GPS apps apart from Google.

BackCountry Navigator is one of the best GPS apps on the Play Store and is perfect for regular campers and hikers who frequently find themselves in locations where internet signals or mobile connection is unavailable. The application provides a number of offline topographical maps of various locations that have unusual geographies. The application is one of the most expensive maps on the market with a price tag of $9.99, but it is worth the price for what it offers. The app comes with a trial version as well.

GPS Essentials might not be a ‘love at first sight’ app since the interface that it utilizes seems outdated and dull, but do not judge the app by how it looks. The app has a marvelous dashboard that grants access to amazing features such as monitoring all kinds of stats including the average speed, altitude, distance traveled during specific periods, and ETA to the destination. The app also has a HUD that shows the waypoints in real time.

HERE Maps was originally developed by Nokia, and it made an impressive display of performance in 2014 and 2015. It was then sold to high-end automobile autoradio 2 din camera manufacturers including Audi, BMW, and Mercedes. It is now known as HereWeGo app and is compatible with Android, iOS, and Windows Phone. It has mapping options all over the world and has a simple and easy-to-use interface that appeals to the eye. Moreover, it has a number of other features packed into it, such as turn-by-turn navigation, public transport navigation, bicycle navigation, pedestrian navigation, offline maps, and street view. One of its most iconic features is that it provides real-time traffic data to the users so that they do not get stuck in traffic.

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