As I noticed, the OSM gut really well now. The big advantige to all the maps of the navigation sets you can buy is that OSM also includes routes for bikes and hiking routes.
But is there any good software that runs on a Nokia E71? Unfortuntately there is no category for Symbian, but that phone should also be able to run Java-Software. But Java-Software often is not very intuitive and makes problems, so maybe some can recommend me tolls that can route you for hiking and biking, and maybe something that is for following existing trails (in kml, gpx-files).
Any good software there? Thanks.
By the way I found ape@map written on the site as being Freeware, but it is not.
Thanks, this looks promising but has the typical Java flaws. Opening existing files is difficult, for KML ist doesn’t even show a folder, for Tracks and Waypoints I have to enter the full path but it won’t opan anything.
I can suggest GpsMid. It does offline routing for cars, bikes and foot and you can display GPX tracks that you have imported. It is a Java program too though and so I’ll let you decide if it also suffers the “typical Java flaws”, as I might be considered a bit biased on that But I would say it might not be as polished as some iPhone apps, but instead rather more functional.