AMAP4DS According to Blind Melon, in that one song of theirs, "Three... Oh, three... it's a magic number..." And truly, Christ knows this well. Because AMAP4DS version three has three new maps. He's also increase the zoom level and it's now up to five. There's a larger map resolution now and it goes up to 1536x1536 pixels.
Now we've been getting lots of comments asking him to add a feature to upload maps of your own into his application. For those of you who are curious, there's some good news and some bad news. The bad news is that he doesn't seems to have plans (as of yet) to incorporate the manual map-uploading feature. However... The good news is that he's going to be releasing the source code really soon. And you know what that means...
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AMAP4DS Christ, whom we might say is a savior of sorts for literally lost souls, has released AMAP4DS v
Wii Earth Here's a nifty new piece of homebrew for Wii fans to try out
We've had so many homebrew applications in the past that provide us with map programs for the Sony PlayStation Portable. If those didn't the trick for you, then may this next one from coder Royale will do.
The coder, known for his Chromium PSP port has ported Google Maps to the Sony handheld
Homebrew developer Royale just released a new build for the PSP-Maps application, bumping it up to version 0.5. This progra, is actually a map reader for the Sony handheld that was patterned after Google Maps.
Despite that similarity, this homebrew release does not use the API from Google Maps
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