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  • Street Atlas 2004 VS. Mapopolis ???

    These seem to be the only software that I can run on my old Sony Clie PEG-N610C. Plus it has only 7MB of internal memory, so I hope software will run with no problems from Memory Card (256MB).

    Please advise as to what choice is better!!!

    P.S. Clie runs on Palm OS 4.

  • #2
    Hmm, this is probably software from the stone age, no wonder noone has nothing to say...

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Ladzio
      Hmm, this is probably software from the stone age, no wonder noone has nothing to say...
      The only thing to say is "Do some in-depth searching."
      There's more than those two GPS packages for PalmOS.
      Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
      How about the Wiki?



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      • #4
        Originally posted by DarquePervert
        The only thing to say is "Do some in-depth searching."
        There's more than those two GPS packages for PalmOS.
        I did and still am serching. But on this forum info on software this old is quite limited, so I was looking for some input.

        Thanks for taking time to leave a comment.

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        • #5
          Ladzio, why don't you try Mapopolis for free for a few days to see how you like it. Yes, there are much fewer choices for Palm than for PocketPC platform and also an older PDA device may not meet minimum system requirements of newest software.

          Mapopolis Navcard for Palm has had good reviews, but it would likely not run on your device. Also TomTom runs on Palm.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Marvin Hlavac
            Ladzio, why don't you try Mapopolis for free for a few days to see how you like it. Yes, there are much fewer choices for Palm than for PocketPC platform and also an older PDA device may not meet minimum system requirements of newest software.

            Mapopolis Navcard for Palm has had good reviews, but it would likely not run on your device. Also TomTom runs on Palm.
            Yes, I downloaded Mapopolis yesterday and it is not that bad. I also purchased Street Atlas 2004, which I expect will be slightly better, from what I read, but not quite sure yet. I tried out a bunch of other software for Palm OS 4 (Download.com) and those are not worth considering.

            Thanks for input!

            EDIT: Some info worth posting:

            http://www.gpsinformation.org/dale/P...otgps.htm#soft

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