Wondering what other homebrews were spotted over at the ongoing PSP-Hacks competition?
For one, there's the latest builld of Royale's PSP Maps application, which allows you to view Google Maps, Virtual Earth and Yahoo Maps from your Sony handheld.
Aside from those online services, version 1.0 now also carries support for Google Moon, Google Mars and Google Sky. As for the rest of the new changes (Quoting the readme):
* added GP2X version;
* added Google Moon, Google Mars and Google Sky support; if you find the "cheat" code, you can enable these;
* fixed Google Terrain view;
* new splash screen for the PSP-Hacks competition with sound.
This download is for PSP-Maps v1.0's source code
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