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NaviComputer V.92 Available
NaviComputer is one of the most popular freeware applications that resides in our forums. It is a freeware GPS application for Windows Mobile devices. In the recent update, the application brought some pretty useful features.
Originally posted by NaviComputer
- New: Possibility to add POI as waypoints to recording track/gpx
- New: Possibility to edit Bookmarks
- New: Map scale
- New: Dutch translation (Thanks to Manfred)
- Change: Improved map rendering in online mode (faster, non UI blocking)
- Change: Faster map download. (Download time reduced by 60-80%)
- Change: More flexible MapSources.xml format for more possible map sources.
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