Any good GPS software?

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  1. moralpanic

    moralpanic New Member

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    Like the title says. Any good GPS software for OSX? Something with voice turn-by-turn direction.
     
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    stormywaters Tornadoes are just wind...

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    Route Buddy.
     
  3. TheWeasel

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    :werd: Seems that RouteBuddy is the only decent equivalent of MS Maps but it's stupid expensive. Like $99 for the program and $50 for the maps. It worked with my cheap $20 USB GPS but I wasn't about to spend the money on it. Just run MS Maps in Windoze under VMWare if I need it.
     
  4. moralpanic

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    Yeah, i've seen routebuddy. I've been hoping it would pop up on MacUpdate for a good price.
     
  5. TheWeasel

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    I'm not even going to comment on MacUpdate's "deals".
     
  6. moralpanic

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    Well it doesn't matter. Even if the price was dropped in half, i wouldn't get it. That demo is absolutely fucking useless. 'Fully functional trial' my ass.
     
  7. TheWeasel

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    Yeah I know, the trial only shows your position somewhere in CA like San Diego right? It did recognize my cheap USB GPS but you can't really tell if it works without having it locate you on a real map.
     

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