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Thai Gps App For Android: Which Better?

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Need some GPS app – preferably free one – with Thailand maps for Android 2.1 (Motorola Milestone) – any suggestion?

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I have Sygic AURA for Android loaded onto a ZTE Blade which works fine. The official site is Sygic Aura and it is around €80 but it can also be found on applanet which is an alternative android store! The download will require a broadband link as it is around 500mb in total. Tomtom also released a Thailand map recently although not for Android.

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I haven't used it but wasn't Google Maps for android supposed to fill this requirement? I heard it was didn't consume ISP time and offered navigation turn by turn?

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I haven't used it but wasn't Google Maps for android supposed to fill this requirement? I heard it was didn't consume ISP time and offered navigation turn by turn?

Yes, if U don't mind paying for every map being downloaded. Mobile internet isn't unlimited here.

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I haven't used it but wasn't Google Maps for android supposed to fill this requirement? I heard it was didn't consume ISP time and offered navigation turn by turn?

Yes, if U don't mind paying for every map being downloaded. Mobile internet isn't unlimited here.

it isn't?

I wonder what i used the last 4 years? AIS unlimited 500 bath a month (now 600 i think)

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I haven't used it but wasn't Google Maps for android supposed to fill this requirement? I heard it was didn't consume ISP time and offered navigation turn by turn?

Yes, if U don't mind paying for every map being downloaded. Mobile internet isn't unlimited here.

it isn't?

I wonder what i used the last 4 years? AIS unlimited 500 bath a month (now 600 i think)

Was wondering the same. DTAC unlimited for a little more then AIS.

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I haven't used it but wasn't Google Maps for android supposed to fill this requirement? I heard it was didn't consume ISP time and offered navigation turn by turn?

Yes, if U don't mind paying for every map being downloaded. Mobile internet isn't unlimited here.

I'm reading Google Maps Navigation isn't available everywhere and you do need unlimited mobile net access, which is available in Thailand for Google Maps at least.

Only other Android product I've heard of in Ndrive that offers 7 day free trial and down-loadable map file for all Thailand.

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It's EDGE in most places and generally faster outside Bangkok where traffic is lower. I have found just about acceptable for maps like Google, but prefer to use non internet based Garmin myself - though that doesn't do Android.

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I haven't used it but wasn't Google Maps for android supposed to fill this requirement? I heard it was didn't consume ISP time and offered navigation turn by turn?

Yes, if U don't mind paying for every map being downloaded. Mobile internet isn't unlimited here.

it isn't?

I wonder what i used the last 4 years? AIS unlimited 500 bath a month (now 600 i think)

Was wondering the same. DTAC unlimited for a little more then AIS.

Didn't know this, perhaps then would be the best option, thanks.

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Am wondering about 'Locations' which will be available on the new HTC Android devices the Desire Z and the Desire HD. Apparently they are using the TomTom maps and there is apparently a TomTom map for Thailand. The Desire HD with a beautiful 4.3" screen will be available in AIS stores from Tuesday for around 22,000 B. Wonder if they will have the TomTom maps and what the quality will be like.

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Isn't Google Maps using Tele Atlas? I doubt that Tom Tom have their own maps. They must be using the maps of a third party and built their GUI on top of it.

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Try Maveric - offers a choice of maps (including Google maps / satellite / hybrids), lat/long, accuracy, set waypoints, record tracks, bearings, range to target, speed. Very nice. A couple of bucks. I think there is a trial version.

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Maverick looks pretty cool. Possibly usable for hiking too as maps are cached for offline use. Presumably you can load in trails such as the ones we share on our Chiang Mai Hiking web site http://cmhike.com

A friend of mine is going to pick up a HTC Desire HD when they come out on Tuesday. Am looking forward to taking a look.

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