Memory-Map

Memory-Map

100,000 - 500,000 downloads

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The Memory-Map app turns your phone or tablet into an outdoor GPS and allows you to navigate with Ordnance Survey Topo maps, 4WD maps or Marine charts, without the need for maintaining a phone signal.

How it works

Maps are downloaded on-the-fly or uploaded from your PC in advance. Once the app and maps are loaded to the phone or tablet, cellular network coverage or internet connection is not required for real time GPS navigation.

Although the Memory-Map app is designed to be used as a standalone GPS navigator, best results are achieved when used in conjunction with Memory-Map on your PC (free download) for planning, printing and loading up maps, waypoints and routes to the phone/tablet

Memory-Map includes free access to 1:250,000 scale topographic maps and many other free maps around the world. More detailed maps are available for download and purchase with a free try before you buy, time limited demo option. Available maps include Ordnace Survey, Hema, USGS quads, NOAA, and DeLorme. All maps, including the ones supplied on DVD can be used on your PC and phone. See the help page for details on loading maps to the device from the PC.

Features include:

Access a vast range of Worldwide maps and charts.
Automatically downloads a free map of your current location
Create and edit marks and routes.
Import and export marks, routes and tracks in the open GPX format
Display; Position, Course, Speed, Heading, Altitude and averages
Position coordinates include Lat/Long, UTM and GB Grid
Units displayed in Statute, Nautical or Metric
Support for GPS and Compass sensors, where available.
Placename index,
Moving map, lock GPS position and automatically scroll the map
Records breadcrumb trail / tracklogs.
Share position marks or tracklogs as GPX files
Proximity Alarm
Full marine instrumentation features, with AIS, DSC and Anchor alarm
NMEA data interface via WiFi or Bluetooth
AIS collision alarm, with adjustable thresholds for Class A and Class B targets
Display Alarm notifications and Nav data on Android Wear watch

"Verdict: The Memory-Map App is a truly excellent, competent product, representing real value for money. It's straightforward to use, with just enough preference settings and options to describe it as customizable. Route-creation and route-following are ridiculously easy to set up, yet provide a tremendous range of route data. You can also import and export GPX files (via email). A really strong product at this price point." Andrew Knight, Yacht Arabella blog

"After buying about 6 navigational applications for my tablet I finally got one that really works the way it should. I now have a handheld version of my sailboat's navigation system. I am very happy with this app and would recommend it to any avid sailor"

"I've tried all the mapping/tracking applications I can find and I rate this best. The 1:25k scale is essential for walkers and the ability to create a route at home or to log it (recording your time & distance etc) as you go along is superb. I like the direction indicator to show where you are heading on the map, the ability to save, describe and name tracks is neat. It's easy to slide the map about from your current position to see where you are heading next, the zooming in and out facility is good. I found it reasonably easy to learn how to use."

"This is not a cheap navigation program, it is a professional tool for viewing raster maps. And for this purpose, it is excellent. For viewing topo maps, this is the best software and hardware combination for the job, this alone was my reason to get an Android tablet, and it was the right decision."

"This is by far the best mapping/GPS app and I've got them all. It's simple to use but has many more user options for points of interest, tracking, routes and maps.

"Love this app. Have wanted a chance to use my Memory-Map maps on my Android phone for ages - less devices to carry, and better maps than on my handheld GPS. Easy to use once you get the hang of it too"

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Recently changed in this version

Swipe up on data screen to dismiss
Connect with Digital Yacht products using UDP
To get depths in meters with speed in knots, set the units to Metric, then change units to Nautical.
Fixed crash following license login on startup
Android Wear smartwatch navigation data display (experimental)


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Comments and ratings for Memory-Map
  • (42 stars)

    by stuart mair on 26/12/2014

    Used to be great but now doesn't work on android pad. How can you produce something that doesnot work? Do you not try it out. Grrrrrr

  • (42 stars)

    by Logan Callow on 25/12/2014

    Won't open any of my mm maps from phone. This used to work great.. What happened?

  • (42 stars)

    by Alex Draper on 24/12/2014

    This is great but slow to load maps and it would be great to have the option to load maps to the SD card.!

  • (42 stars)

    by Chris Fishwick on 23/12/2014

    It maybe al-right for certain users but for serious hill walkers a lot to be desired. Transferring your purchased mapping is a nightmare unless you are a computer whiz- Kid. And I am and still had problems. Costs of mapping if you purchase a large area is extortionate. Better to use dedicated GPS and cheaper in the long run!

  • (42 stars)

    by Barry Craner on 22/12/2014

    Unuseable since last update. Keeps trying to find my location and load maps but never seems to complete the job and will not let you get past that stage. Still the same as above so now uninstalled

  • (42 stars)

    by Joo Lee on 22/12/2014

    Better than Hema app

  • (42 stars)

    by Jeff Thompson on 22/12/2014

    Shows all street names. And I use it because it's clear. Otherwise if seems a bit quirky, but have not time now to provide detail, sorry.

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