I'm the only one who sees the **big** advantage of navit over
tangogps, as being able to work **offline**, with very-easy-to-get
maps? You said that tango is "very fast and very efficient at
displaying your position". What's the use if the position is displayed
on an empty map?

On 1/8/10, KaZeR <ka...@altern.org> wrote:
> Hi,
> Le 08/01/2010 09:31, dehqan65 a écrit :
>> 2 - In which issues Tangogps is better than Navit ?
> IMO, they both serve different purposes.
> Tango use raster maps. It's very fast and very efficient at displaying
> your position and/or track on a raster map.
> Navit use vector maps. Maps are drawn in realtime, which makes it a bit
> slower. But this allows routing and turn by turn directions.

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