J2MeMap - It is a small interface to GoogleMap that allows you to do the following things:
Browse the entire GoogleMap database
Swith from GoogleMap/Satellite, MSN Virtual Earth Maps, Ask.com and Yahoo!Maps
Switch between satellite or map view
Zoom in/zoom out
Do request to google maps, and show results on screen
Save your favorite locations
Have access to some rss feed to discover some new locations
Can be extended with your own data
Automatic painless saving of your preference...
Use an embeeded GPS if present, to be automatically located
Use an external GPS connected with Bluetooth, if present
Support of GPX/KML/LOC file format
Support for touch screen enabeld handsets
new:Track management: record, load, save track
new: Import/Export track from internet, bluetooth, or lical file system
new:Take and upload geotagged pictures to Flickr
new: And some fun stuff: browse realtime the Flickr geotagged pictures!
new: Find Fon hotspot near you with your mobile phone!
What's New in This Release:
· Include track recording, compass, navigation, bluetooth export, etc...
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Requirements:· It requires at least a MIDP2.0 phone, with “enough” memory to run, and an HTTP connection
· Optional: JSR179 if present will be used to locate (GPS)
· Optional: JSR82 (Bluetooth) if present will be used to eventually communicate with a Bluetooth enabeld GPS
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