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Edinburgh Street Map Lite artworkEdinburgh Street Map Lite
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Genre:Navigation
Price: Free
Release Date: April 21, 2010

Do you feel online Google Maps is too slow showing you the map? You don’t want to carry around a big unwieldy paper map? Tired of having the paper map blown to pieces by the wind every time you try to figure out where you are and where you need to go?

The mobile streetmaps are for you! All the map data is loaded on your iPhone before you leave your home, so can you be on the streets, offline, and still know everything about the area you are in, and locate yourself or any street in the city. You don’t need any network connection at all once the application is installed on your iPhone – no WiFi, no 3G, no GPRS!

This is a complete street level map for your iPhone. The entire map is stored on your iPhone, so it works where you have no access to the Internet - it works where Google Maps is inaccessible. This prevents expensive data roaming charges by loading all the map data to your iPhone before you leave home. You can turn off all network functions and still be able to find your way around. To make sure your phone doesn't use any expensive data on your trip, go to Settings, then General, tap on Network, and slide the Data Roaming to "off". The lite version does not allow you to remember locations, you cannot find streets and many useful locations such as ATM's, parkings, museums, and many others, and it doesn't let you zoom in as much, but otherwise it 's identical to the full version. Note: GPS functions work on the iPhone only.

Map data (c) OpenStreetMap and contributors, CC-BY-SA.

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