Finally, PAPAGO! GPS Navigation arrives at Google Play Store. It covers Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Thailand and Taiwan maps. Unlike previous version which which can be used on single Android device per license, this PAPAGO! M11 is based on your Google account just like other Android applications and games in Play Store. Therefore, you can install PAPAGO! M11 on multiple Android devices now. Good move here. Personally, I prefer to use PAPAGO! GPS Navigation than Sygic because it has much detail maps. You still can find small places’ Point of Interest (POI) because the maps are updated by MalFreeMaps community. And it is updated much frequent than Sygic.
How to improve Nexus 7 GPS performance?
How to improve Google Nexus 7 GPS performance? Yes, I am glad that I can ask this question on my Nexus 7 because it has GPS feature unlike Amazon Kindle Fire. I can have big 7″ GPS device on my car now. However, Nexus 7 GPS performance and signal may not be as good as Samsung Galaxy S III which has both GPS and GLONASS. But you still can make Nexus 7 GPS signal lock faster with little of this free Android application ~ FasterFix. Note – root access is required.
GPS BAY i95 Review
All you need to do is drive… That’s GPS BAY tagline. And I have GPS BAY’s latest GPS navigation device ~ GPS BAY i95 in the house now. GPS BAY i95 is a 5.0″ car navigator that comes with Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei and South Thailand Maps. GPS navigation device is a must have item when you are driving in unfamiliar territory. How does GPS BAY i95 perform? Let’s find out…
Download MapFactor Navigator Turn-by-Turn GPS Navigation for Android Free
There is lot of good offline turn-by-turn GPS navigation applications for Android like Sygic, Garmin, Papago… However, they are not free. But you can try MapFactor Navigator ~ the free turn-by-turn GPS navigation application for Android phones and tablets using OpenStreetMaps data. No Internet access is required like Google Maps Navigation for mobile.
How to fix slow GPS signal lock-on issue on Android HTC HD2?
Normally, cooked Android ROM for HTC HD2 does not have your location data in gps.conf (unless you live in the same place as the ROM chef). It was set to his region. Therefore, it is hard for you to get a fast GPS signal lock on at your place…