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Hi,

Some of you have said that 'Pocket Streets' is not a very good mapping
program.

Which mapping program (that is downloadable) would you recommend ?
I do not use GPS but really enjoy looking at maps from
all over the world, and also use this for traveling purpose.

I am interested in USA and Europe mainly.

Best wishes
Michael
 
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I know nothing about USA, but for Europe TomTom Navigator 3 rocks!

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So does TomTom for the USA

Jim

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In message <#ZVuNghJEHA.3596@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl>, Michael Riedl wrote:

> Which mapping program (that is downloadable) would you recommend ?

Mapopolis. The viewer is free and you pay for the maps, individually, by
county, or by region (e.g. USA, Europe). The maps are downloadable or you
can buy them on CD. You can download fully-working demo maps that run for a
period of about a week and a half.

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Thank you.

So far i really enjoy these maps.

Michael


"Garry Knight" <garryknight@gmx.net> skrev i melding
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> In message <#ZVuNghJEHA.3596@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl>, Michael Riedl wrote:
>
> > Which mapping program (that is downloadable) would you recommend ?
>
> Mapopolis. The viewer is free and you pay for the maps, individually, by
> county, or by region (e.g. USA, Europe). The maps are downloadable or you
> can buy them on CD. You can download fully-working demo maps that run for
a
> period of about a week and a half.
>
> --
> Garry Knight
> garryknight@gmx.net ICQ 126351135
> Linux registered user 182025 Axim X5 user
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Not sure about "very good". I use it and it works well for most
mapping issues. The PPC version is a bit slow, so I would not
navigate with it. It is easier to use a paper map while driving, but
you can put notes on your map which are helpful for navigation.

Download the program and a few of the sample maps to get an idea, or
find a friend with the PS program and get them to give you an example
of your city.
On Mon, 19 Apr 2004 16:10:19 +0200, "Michael Riedl" <mr.sas@online.no>
wrote:

>Hi,
>
>Some of you have said that 'Pocket Streets' is not a very good mapping
>program.
>
>Which mapping program (that is downloadable) would you recommend ?
>I do not use GPS but really enjoy looking at maps from
>all over the world, and also use this for traveling purpose.
>
>I am interested in USA and Europe mainly.
>
>Best wishes
>Michael
>
 
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Check my web site. I have a pretty complete list of all the available
programs. They are divided into sections so you may need to look at some
of the other sections if you don't need voice commands or GPS support.

Dale

Michael Riedl wrote:

> Hi,
>
> Some of you have said that 'Pocket Streets' is not a very good mapping
> program.
>
> Which mapping program (that is downloadable) would you recommend ?
> I do not use GPS but really enjoy looking at maps from
> all over the world, and also use this for traveling purpose.
>
> I am interested in USA and Europe mainly.
>
> Best wishes
> Michael
>
>

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