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Is there a working WinCE navigation software based on OSM data?

Working means "suitable for day-to-day use in a car".

Even commercial software that allows to import OSM would be okay, but of course I prefer OpenSource software.

asked 05 Sep '10, 18:07

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There seem to be at least two applications, Gosmore and Navit. Also, take a look at this list in the wiki.

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answered 05 Sep '10, 19:13

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There is a newly released solution to use OSM data based on professional routing software that you can download for free and use on Windows and WindowsMobile. It is named mapFactor Navigator Free.

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answered 19 Nov '10, 16:07

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Although it is a Java midlet, have a look at GPSmid. You can run this midlet on many Windows Mobile devices with the help of "phoneME"

Have a look at this topic here or here at JavaME ...

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