Oxford offline map
by: AYE Ltd. • 0
Offline map of the historic university town of Oxford, UK for tourist & business visitors. Download before you go and avoid expensive roaming charges. The map runs completely on your device; display with pan and zoom, routing, search, bookmark, everything. It does not use your data connection at all. Switch your phone function off if you want to!
No ads. All features fully functional on installation, you do not need to buy add-ons or do extra downloads.
We focus on visitors, emphasizing historical and touristic points of interest, but it can be used as a general purpose map.
The map includes the whole of the city and and a generous area of surrounding countryside. Places include: Cowley, Eynsham, Wolvercote, Woodstock, Blenheim Palace, Oxford Airport, Oxford University, Cherwell, C.S.Lewis, Brasenose, Corpus Christi, Keble, Oriel, Pembroke, Somerville, St. Catherine's, Trinity
The map is based on OpenStreetMap data, http://www.openstreetmap.org and is excellently mapped. You can help improve it further by becoming an OpenStreetMap contributor. We periodically publish free updates with the latest data.
The map is based OpenStreetMap, http://www.openstreetmap.org data. The street map appears complete and there is lots of detail and points of interest. It continues to improve and we publish free app updates every few months with new information.
With the app, you can:
* find out where you are, if you have GPS.
* show a route between any place for motor vehicle, foot or bicycle; even without a GPS device.
* display simple turn-by-turn navigation [*].
* search for places
* display lists of commonly needed places like hotels, eating places, shops, banks, things to see and do, golf courses, medical facilities. Show how to get there.
* bookmark places like your hotel for easy return navigation.
System Requirements: A phone or tablet with a memory card and at least 15 MB free. GPS is useful but not required.
* Navigation will show you an indicative route and can be configured for car, bicycle or foot. The developers provide it without any guarantee that it is always correct. For example, it does not always show turn restrictions - places where it is illegal to turn. Use with care and above all look out for and obey road signs.