Mapping and GPS

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Mapping and GPS by Mind Map: Mapping and GPS

1. Web

1.1. Google Maps

1.1.1. Share

1.1.2. Travel info

1.2. Yahoo Maps

1.2.1. Shockingly fast to load

1.2.2. Now dead

1.3. Bing Maps

1.3.1. Similar to Google

1.4. Map Quest

2. iOS

2.1. Navigon

2.1.1. Downloaded maps

2.1.2. Integration with Google search

2.1.3. Traffic

2.1.4. Wikipedia

2.1.5. Great "Urban Guidance" for walking

2.1.6. Speed cameras and traps

2.1.7. Cockpit

2.2. TomTom

2.2.1. Best "alternate directions:

2.2.2. Best traffic by far

2.2.2.1. costs extra

2.2.3. My main navigator at this point when driving long distance

2.3. Apple Maps

2.3.1. My default

2.3.2. Apple Watch Integration

2.4. Google Maps

2.5. Waze

2.6. Find My Friends

2.7. Strava

2.8. Rego

2.8.1. Great for parking spots (widget)

2.9. ETA

2.9.1. A widget for giving you ETA.

2.9.2. Accurate

2.9.3. Unlock more spots with "pro mode"

2.10. Gaia GPS

2.10.1. Hiking app

2.10.2. Complicated interface

2.10.3. Good but as an adjunct to something more robust for long hikes

3. Mac

3.1. Maps App

3.1.1. Send to

3.1.2. Add to contacts

4. Other

4.1. Localscope

4.1.1. Integrates with every social network

4.1.2. Great for visiting a new place

4.1.3. Lots of local photos

4.1.4. See restaurants

4.1.5. Foursquare

4.1.6. Flickr

4.1.7. Twitter

4.1.8. Yelp

4.2. AroundMe

4.3. Yelp

5. Actual GPS Devices

5.1. Garmin handheld GPS

5.1.1. Bought for Geocaching

5.1.2. 9 satellites

5.1.3. Insanely accurate altitude etc

5.1.4. Battery lasts a long time

5.1.5. Garmin GPSMAP 64st