Navigated for the first time with it today and it worked for me too. Just need to get used to it.OsmAnd update... I downloaded the maps for our TARA monthly rides and had a chance to use them this Saturday. OsmAnd worked fine for me. It not very user friendly. But after talking with Garmin junkie's, that system isn't that friendly either. If you want it, you got to sit down and figure it out. It's not Google Maps.
Your Samsung tablet is a quality tablet, I bet it has a gps module already.I saw this video a few days ago.
Looks like an interesting solution. I have an old Samsung Tab4 that my daughter used to use that I am going to try. What do you guys think? The gps unit in this video is $50 on Amazon.
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It looks like it's free but it will not accept house numbers and on top of that they are having a fight with Google data for house numbers data and it is currently not available. It only allows you to navigate using information for certain areas of the street for example , Street intersections and not house numbers. Example if I want to enter 101 Bowie Street San Antonio Texas. Which is the Marriott Rivercenter, it won't allow me to directly enter that. This is a problem that I have with Osmand. It makes direct navigation to a specific location basically useless..Interesting....I got tired of Osmand and loaded Mapfactor Navigator to try out for a while. It does seem to be a good bit more user friendly.
David, maybe I'm wrong but try it yourself . try to input a house number address and see if you can make it work. It does seem very simple and logically organized, if it will load GPX files that is a big win to me.I loaded up my usual bunch of gpx. files and intend to try it out this Sunday. I did pay the $6.60 to get rid of the ads. Wasn't aware of the Address issue. I'm TomTom ignorant too. lol