Galileo Offline Maps Pro

Galileo Offline Maps Pro

By Evgen Bodunov

  • Category: Travel
  • Release Date: 2014-07-13
  • Current Version: 3.5.11
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 51.65 MB
  • Developer: Evgen Bodunov
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 171 Ratings

Description

Go offline anywhere you want — offline vector maps and offline search for your better travel experience. Record your GPS tracks, bookmark your favorite locations and sync them between your devices. Offline Maps: • Unlimited – there is no limit on the number of countries/regions you can download. • Detailed and informative – because they based on OpenStreetMap.org data. • Up-to-date and accurate – we update them monthly. • Take up less space than others and work really fast – app uses GPUs in addition to CPUs to render vector maps. • Changeable size of labels – large labels on maps is extremely useful while driving. • Multiple languages support – map labels will be changed to the selected language immediately. Offline Search: • Incredible fast – results appear instantly as you type. • It works in variety of ways – by object name, category or even by GPS coordinates. • It finds objects in multiple languages – this will make your searching much easier than ever. • No internet connection required. Geo data syncing: • iCloud and Dropbox sync supported. • Any number of devices could sync simultaneously. GPS Tracks Recording: • Record your trips and export them as KML/GPX files. • Monitor your real-time speed, distance and time traveled, as well as altitude right on the map during the trip. • Beautiful gradients to visualise altitude and speed changes. Bookmarks on the Map: • Mark your favorite places on your maps and set points of interest for your next trip. • Choose from lots of icons to assign to bookmarks. • Store your bookmarks and GPS tracks in separate collections for a quick access. Sharing Your Geodata: • Share your itineraries from the app via Mail, Facebook and Twitter. • Export them in the most common formats: KML & GPX. Backing Up Your Data: • Back up your collections to have the copy of data that may be lost or deleted by mistake. • Restore data to your device from the backup you created earlier in one tap. • Transfer backuped data to another iOS device or app Offline Maps Import: • Import previously created custom offline maps in .sqlitedb or .mbtiles format (use Mobile Atlas Creator, TileMill or SAS.Planet to generate offline maps). And even more: • Custom map sources support (including multi-layer sources) • Different coordinate formats (including MGRS) • Importing KML/GPX files into the app • GPS filtering (accuracy and distance threshold) • Bearing line to bookmark • One finger zooming • Measuring distance between two points on the map Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. Map data © OpenStreetMap contributors.

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Reviews

  • Great GPX logger, compact OSM maps

    5
    By thwarte
    Since the late 1990's l've used various handheld GPS loggers, usually Garmin, for weekly hikes around the region and far afield. Galileo is the first app good enough to use a phone instead, for all except extreme or multi-day outings (where a phone is too fragile for dependability). It records GPS logs with basic statistics and has a good-enough filing system to accumulate and organize logs and waypoints. Logs are overlaid on its maps and can be color-coded by relative elevation or speed. It can't generate separate altitude profiles, unfortunately. Logs can be transferred off-phone using Galileo's cloud, or e-mailed directly by export once saved inside the app as a GPX or KML file. The maps are the usual set of OSM choices, some with topo lines and/or shading, and lots of labels. The maps are compact because they're in vector format rather than bit-maps. So one can download an entire large state like CA - or a region - in just a 32GB Phone. Maps for most of the world are available. Battery usage while recording is minimal, a full day uses less than half the charge in my iPhone 6s unless I'm constantly checking the map.
  • Top performer

    5
    By Santiago the Weatherman
    Galileo Pro has evolved from a good working offline map .. to a really stellar performer. It's under constant development so the features keep getting better while the maps take up the least space imaginable. It's also one of only two apps on the market that imports and exports GPX files correctly. I have walked well over 1000 kilometers in Spain using this app. Get it!
  • Useless

    1
    By DJAurand
    a mapping program that won't look up a street address is useless
  • Crashing after last update

    3
    By Dejan BL
    Overall great app and I use it on daily basis but since last update It keeps crashing every few minutes while recording route, to be specific it interrupted my mission route recording 8 times in 1.5hrs. Please fix it and review goes back to 5*.
  • New version Crashes - fixed

    4
    By pslive
    Just got the new "fixed" version and it works great again.
  • Really cool

    5
    By Madame Q
    I have no complaints... welll it could have directional navigation but it's still really worth every penny
  • Version 3.5.7

    1
    By Hafík
    Crashes on ios 10.2.1
  • Great one for trip!

    5
    By Lorewoo
    Easy to use and many features. I marked all spots before leaving home for my trip.
  • My favorite cycle & hiking map app!

    5
    By monotonecasper
    I use this app mainly while cycling. I create my routes with openrouteservice.org and just airdrop the gpx file into this app. Have not taken a wrong turn since. The offline available vectormap is very detailed (better than google maps for hiking etc...). It would be even greater if opencyclemap can also be stored offline, but the app cashes it pretty heavily, so even without internet previously visited areas are still available.
  • Good luck

    5
    By Behzad61
    It the best GPS software in the world because saved my life

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