As an FYI I can answer that last part. As of June 11 2018 apps that use Google Maps MUST supply an API key to access maps. The key must be tied to a credit card. The developer will be billed according to usage with a credit for some amount of usage.
How many app developers are going to give google a credit card so google can bill the developer for what their customers use? Especially if the app is free. For this reason lots of free apps that used google maps stopped working.
You can still use Google Earth sat photos and lay out tracks on it and upload into BaseCamp and convert to gpx files with GPS Visualiser or you can just do what I did and buy a subscription to Rever and be done with it.. Rever is the easiest way I have found to develop tracks or routes and then import them into BaseCamp..But there are probably a hundred other ways to do it..
It's nearly useless as it doesn't extend out far enough to shade the screen from about 1pm to 3pm with the heading west and from 10am to 1pm headed east.
I took the chance it would make a big difference, it really only helps for about 2-3 hours total on a days ride.
Anyone had the same...
I’ve been doing some research about purchasing what I guess would amount to a topo map from Garmin. I’m curious about y’all’s experience with this compared to doing OSM maps. Is the Garmin map worth the $100?
I was going to try using my iPhone as a Sat Nav, via the Givi S110 cable wired to battery and S111 hub in a Givi tank bag (S620)which has viewing pouch on top. One review of the same set up said the phone wouldn't charge when used as a Sat Nav.
I have I have asked Givi and they think that may be...