FastWayp is a prototype application for a university final year project. FastWayp is designed to route the user position to a desired street or place, using OpenStreetMap as the source of maps and MapQuest as the source of routes. With ...Read more
FastWayp is a prototype application for a university final year project.
FastWayp is designed to route the user position to a desired street or place, using OpenStreetMap as the source of maps and MapQuest as the source of routes.
With FastWayp the user can navigate through the world map – with zoom in and zoom out functions the user can see entire countries to small roads of a town. FastWayp also includes a compass and a scale bar that measures the size of the zoomed area. NOTE: In order to get the map and routes the device needs Internet connection.
This application is still on BETA and it is expected to get further updates. TESTED ON: Android Wildfire (2.2 Android) IMPORTANT: It is very appreciated to get constructive feedback from you. Please give it a review and tell us: - What version of Android and device you are using - Any comments about the application – good and/or bad - What would you change - Future implementations that you would like to see Any comments please contact us on: email@example.com
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VM3H2DG Complete this survey to help the evaluation part of this project. Again, feedback is very appreciated as it will help future development of this application
This is a BETA application and not a fully professional application - it may be susceptible to errors. Glamorgan University and the developer are not responsible for any damages that may occur, and by downloading this application above you agree to this acknowledgment.
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UPDATED ON: Apr 26, 2011
INSTALLATIONS: 10,000 - 50,000
LATEST VERSION: BETA
REQUIRED ANDROID VERSION: 1.5 and up
precise (GPS) location
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