Noel wrote:
> 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?

Download all the maps you need once when you're online.
Tangogps will work fine offline after that.
(The same goes for navit - you have to give it a map
to work with. Tangogps merely has the option of downloading
maps when needed.)

Helge Hafting

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