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  1. davide445's Avatar
    Try to search my answer but got a bit confused.

    What are the best available offline navigation apps in BB 10?

    I read about Mireo and find OBJ Studio Navigator on BBW, anything else?
    12-20-13 08:37 AM
  2. msyogota's Avatar
    Mireo is in my opinion the best
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    12-20-13 11:06 AM
  3. davide445's Avatar
    Yes I also find many good feedback, but really there isn't any other choice?

    What about Tom Tom? As I know supply maps for BB Map app, but this doesn't have a offline navigation feature.
    12-20-13 11:28 AM
  4. pfl4ume's Avatar
    As far as I know mireo uses tomtom maps too. Also you can install sygic or tomtom from android - depending on is version you need to side load or install via direct apk install.

    I'm using mireo now and I'm pleased with how it performs.

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    12-22-13 03:25 PM
  5. davide445's Avatar
    I tried both Mireo and OsmAnd a free alternative

    Need to say the second appear to be much more user friendly and I'm not a smartphone newbie.

    I never tried to compare navigation efficency since I'm using for pedestrian, but since now with Osmand I was able immediately to achieve a navigation with Mireo never....

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    12-30-13 06:09 PM
  6. kja123's Avatar

    What are the best available offline navigation apps in BB 10?
    I just discovered the android app be on road which works quite well with the latest 10.2.1 leaks.

    Offline navigation in Europe-img_20131231_041011.png

    They offer offline OSM Maps Navigation for free, even in 3D. You can also purchase additional Navteq (Nokia) maps from their Website.

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    12-30-13 09:40 PM
  7. davide445's Avatar
    Just an update, Osmand stopped working for two days (the app load up butsimply wasn't possible to open any map) for unknown reason. Returned working from himself also without any reason. I can so say unreliable and can't be a primary map.

    I was so forced to use Mireo and discovered how it works. Not bad, but I really miss Tomtom that it's way the best I ever used.

    I know BlackBerry Maps is based on Tomtom maps, but I mean the Tomtom whole app it's much easier to use and also does have offline navigation.

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    01-04-14 05:27 AM
  8. bd69's Avatar
    Mireo works great. No other choice needed.

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    01-04-14 06:17 AM
  9. yessuz's Avatar
    I have 3 android apps for that.

    Google maps for quick online if needed.

    Sygic and igo for full offline navigation.

    Posted from Z10 with leak. Pwnage aparatus!
    01-04-14 08:44 AM
  10. pfl4ume's Avatar
    I used sygic on 1055 and was pretty pleased with the performance (had it on android devices and an iPhone before and the performance was nearly the same).
    However, since 1259 I use mireo and the only thing I miss is the option to choose between 3 different routes. Mireo works like a charm and I can fully recommend it.
    Also the maps aren't that expensive. I bought the whole Europe map for 19.99$ (dunno what I paid in ?, I think it was 15-17?). Sygics Europe map (the same tomtom maps) costs 34.99?, so almost twice of what you pay in mireo.
    As I said I recommend using Mireo - especially because it's a native app and that's what we all want I guess

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    01-05-14 07:02 PM
  11. davide445's Avatar
    I found finally the best solution: NavFree.

    Use OSM free maps, offer turn by turn and offline navigation and the interface it's much more intuitive and beautiful than Mireo or OsmAnd.
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    06-09-14 03:39 PM
  12. Clont Iulian's Avatar
    I have 3 android apps for that.

    Google maps for quick online if needed.

    Sygic and igo for full offline navigation.

    Posted from Z10 with leak. Pwnage aparatus!
    Can you tell me how you installed Sygic and Igo on your BlackBerry Z10?

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    06-09-14 03:49 PM
  13. Paul Ogorzow's Avatar
    +1 for NavFree
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    06-09-14 03:53 PM
  14. rhitdoph's Avatar
    OSMAnd is my choice. But I could not find any way to move the maps to the SD card.
    06-29-14 09:14 AM
  15. pystha's Avatar
    NavFree need to be online to perform searches.

    Mireo is the way to go, even if it's not free. Also is working better.

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    06-29-14 09:19 AM
  16. stevovr's Avatar
    06-29-14 10:26 AM
  17. Bobb1138's Avatar
    Nav free, I used it last week in Germany, works perfect...
    Wisepilot is an alternative but isn't a true offline app....

    06-29-14 03:08 PM
  18. akavbb's Avatar
    The only problem is that if you miss a turn there is a significant lag on the update of the route.

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    06-30-14 02:45 AM
  19. snejpa's Avatar
    Using mireo. Besides an irritating UI and a really massive battery drain, it is working really good.
    I wanted to give Navfree a test, but only one country is free and you have to pay and download every additional country separately. Don't know how much it is, but I decided to stay with mireo. Mireos routing is fine. Definitely better than BlackBerry Maps.
    06-30-14 03:14 AM
  20. backfire101's Avatar
    That's not true, all countries are free with Navfree, did you install the correct version?
    wout000 and snejpa like this.
    06-30-14 03:28 AM
  21. alexderb's Avatar
    Use alk copilot in an android version on my z10. Offline maps, active traffic and traffic cams.
    Not wot working on all navis on bb10 is to select from stored contact.

    Copilot needs a licence. Have one since moto a780 times over all platforms (Linux, ios, android and bb10)

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    06-30-14 06:01 AM
  22. BigwhiteUK's Avatar
    I use Mireo,does what it says it does on the box. Never had a problem with it. If you have a Z10 you can also try M8, in app world and it is free

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    06-30-14 07:48 AM
  23. oystersourced's Avatar
    Mireo is very good, you will also get traffic updates in mainland Europe.

    Posted via CB10
    06-30-14 08:49 AM
  24. menshawy's Avatar
    NavFree works perfectly in Europe. You just need to prepare your addresses first by searching them when you are online, save them, then you can safely switch off data and you're ready to go
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    06-30-14 08:53 AM
  25. Bobb1138's Avatar
    I use Nav free, works awesome, a extra benefit is less battery use than Wisepilot, which also crashes from time to time..

    09-22-14 11:02 PM
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