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J2ME Map v0.9.12

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It’s a small interface to GoogleMap that allows you to do the following things:

  •  Use an embeeded GPS if present, to be automatically located
  •  Use an external GPS connected with Bluetooth, if present
  •  Browse the entire GoogleMap database
  •  Swith from GoogleMap/Satellite, MSN Virtual Earth Maps, Ask.com and Yahoo!Maps
  •  Switch between satellite or map view
  •  Zoom in/zoom out
  •  Do request to google maps, and show results on
    screen
  •  Save your favorite locations
  •  Have access to some rss feed to discover some new
    locations
  •  Can be extended with your own data
  •  Automatic painless saving of your preference…
  •  Support of GPX/KML/LOC file format
  •  Support for touch screen enabeld handsets
  • new: And some fun stuff: browse realtime the Wikimapia database, or Flickr geotagged pictures!
  • new: Find Fon hotspot near you with your mobile phone!
  • new:Track management: record, load, save track
  • new: Import/Export track from internet, bluetooth, or lical file system
  • new:Take and upload geotagged pictures to Flickr

Requirements:
* It require at least a MIDP2.0 phone, with “enough” memory to run, and an HTTP connection…
* CLDC1.0/1.1

Optionnal
* JSR179 if present will be used to locate (GPS)
* JSR82 (Bluetooth) if present will be used to eventually communicate with a Bluetooth enabeld GPS
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J2ME Map v0.9.12

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