It appears that Royale's been keeping close tabs on user comments for the PSP-Maps homebrew. The developer has recently released the third build of this Google Map-style application, which introduces some handy new features that you should enjoy:
* A menu...
* ... from where you can load/save favorites!
* Some nicer effects (zoom/unzoom, fade in/out, scrolling).
* Removed the ugly splash screen Very Happy
As aa recap, PSP-Maps will enable users to view maps very much in the styling of the Google Maps application on your PC. The difference is that PSP-Maps doesn't use the Google Maps API, and downloads its images directly.
Further details on this app such as installation and its controls are available in the file bundle's readme. Enjoy the download, and be sure to provide Royale your feedback on PSP-Maps if you think it could stand for more tweaks.
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PSP-Maps PSP-Maps is a homebrew application to bring Google Maps, Virtual Earth and Yahoo! Maps to the PSP with a simple interface
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PSP-Maps If you'd care to recall, some time ago, we posted an article on homebrew developer Royale's attempt to bring Google maps to the PlayStation Portable
PSP-Maps We've had so many homebrew applications in the past that provide us with map programs for the Sony PlayStation Portable