Note: You must create a (free) user account with OSM (OpenStreetMap) and be
logged in before you can perform edits.
Tracing from satellite images: simple road and path additions
1) Go to http://www.openstreetmap.org/ and use the zoom control on left side of the screen to zoom in on the area in which you want to make updates/edits. Make sure you zoom in far enough to see the map details.
Eva Twardokens, an accomplished Olympic Skier uses MotionX-GPS to track how fast she skies, where she is on the mountain and to share her tracks with all her friends and her family. Check out the video!
We had a great time snowmobiling with MotionX-GPS this weekend. MotionX-GPS tracks speed, distance, time and makes navigation easy with its map and track views. Creating a waypoint at our starting point made getting back home after dark easy. When we were home, sharing our track with our friends took just one touch with MotionX-GPS. It was a great adventure!
Not even a year ago, there were those who questioned the hoopla over the iPhone. And here we are now, secure in the knowledge that Apple’s micro-Mac isn’t just a radical new phone, it’s a revolution in computing, communication, entertainment, and connectivity. If you disagree, well, you probably don’t own one. And that’s not meant to be snotty–I’ve arrived at this conclusion after testing nearly every smartphone available and then stepping up with my own precious cash for the iPhone and monthly unlimited calls and data. It’s a spendy conclusion, but oh-so-worth it.
Tom has been using MotionX-GPS on his boat for navigation. “Navigating safely back to the harbor after sunset is easy with MotionX-GPS. I create a waypoint at the harbor entrance and navigate to it when I want to come back. The Compass screen gives me the bearing to the harbor, course over ground, waypoint distance and ETA so I know when I’ll be back”.