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AndNav2
Screenshot of AndNav2
Author: Nicolas Gramlich
Website: http://www.andnav.org
Source code: http://andnav.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/
Version: 0.9.1 (2010-06-01)
Install:
License: GPL
Platform: Android

No longer actively developed, map (online/offline-"andnav_atlas_format"), routing (online)

Maybe you were looking for OsmAnd

AndNav2 (andnav.org) is an OpenStreetMap-based satnav app for Android.

AndNav1 was based on Google maps, but Google doesn't provide free access to underlying data. AndNav2 uses OpenStreetMap to provide unique features, such as Text-2-Speech, an accessibility-study (aka 'Where can I get in 30 minutes') or avoiding customizable areas (e.g. traffic-jams or a broken bridge), TpegML Traffic-Feeds and more. AndNav2 will also contribute back GPS traces to the OSM project, so when you have driven an unknown route, expect it to be up online within a week or even sooner.

Status

Although still available on google play, AndNav2 has not been actively developed since December 2009, and there are no downloads on Google Code, the links on the download page are broken as are the 'community' links

Criticism

AndNav2 has been criticized for using the largest offline data format, by a very wide margin [1].

Support

For support see: [2]