When we think navigation, we typically think Google Maps. It’s the one most people recommend. It also happens to get frequent updates. Google has been really on top of navigation especially over the last couple of years. However, there are plenty of different options if you aren’t clicking with Google Maps. One of these alternatives is made by Marcus Sackrow, and he proudly announced a new release of MUIMapparium (0.5) for AmigaOS and compatibles. The new release comes with many improvements and bugfixes. MUIMapparium is a new implementation of Mapparium in pure MIU/Zune code which makes the whole program much faster especially on 68k Amiga. MUIMapparium allows you to display Waypoints, Routes, or Tracks loaded from many file formats in an interactive map, and so much more….
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