Tuesday, December 15, 2009
Google maps works, but when you're out of town or in another country its still impossible to rely on it given data prices when roaming internationally. There are applications for the iPhone out there, but paying $80 for every small European country is as crazy as paying those roaming data charges. Garmin sells their continent wide map pack for $150, that's acceptable but a little disturbing since the GPS unit itself cost $200. Getting their map source software installed might be a pain, so here is a little tip.