1. hbelkins's Avatar
    Just wondering if anyone can recommend, or has had any experience with, GPS for the iPad?

    I've had experience with a number of GPS options out there, including running an old version of DeLorme Street Atlas 4.0 with an old PowerBook, running DeLorme Street Atlas on a Windows laptop, using a DeLorme BlueLogger with the Palm version of DeLorme Street Atlas, and a Garmin Nuvi standalone GPS. And, of course, Google Maps on the iPhone 3GS.

    My iPad 3G is arriving next week and I'm thinking that with its oversized screen, it would be a perfect GPS solution.

    I would really like the software to show county lines. DeLorme for the Palm does, the Garmin and Google Maps do not.

    Suggestions appreciated. Private e-mails to [email protected] are welcome.
    2010-05-29 11:34 PM
  2. natim's Avatar
    If you have jailbroken ipad try xGPS from cydia
    2010-05-30 02:24 PM
  3. hbelkins's Avatar
    If you have jailbroken ipad try xGPS from cydia
    Haven't gotten my iPad yet, but I downloaded xGPS for my iPhone. It seems a bit quirky but I will try it for the iPhone. There's also a new App Store app available that I may try.
    2010-05-31 02:15 AM
  4. tinaru's Avatar
    2010-06-03 02:45 PM
  5. hbelkins's Avatar
    CoPilot Live HD has county lines. I looked at it on the App Store but unfortunately, by the time I downloaded it, the $10 discount I'd seen had vanished. I will look at Motion GPS but I think this one may be what I need. If so I can cast my Palm Tungsten with DeLorme Street Atlas and the BlueLogger GPS to the side.
    2010-06-03 04:24 PM
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