I'm looking for a fully offline navigation solution. I thought I'd post here, since I'm more likely to get answers from users with Simply Stunning (instead of other ROMs/phones).
I'm going to be activating an old dumb phone on my line, and using my Droid on Wifi only, which I'm OK with 95% of the time. I'm trying to trim expenses anywhere I can, and the VZW data plan is just about my last "luxury." The only time I'm going to miss having 3G data on it, is when I'm out and about and need to find/navigate to somewhere new. Does anyone have feedback on some of the offline navigation apps, like CoPilot, NavDroyd, or Navigon?
I tried a few (free) ones in the Market today, like Locus, Maverick and OsmAnd. None were very user friendly. Locus only lets you download a certain amount of data per day, OsmAnd is ugly as sin and complicated, and Maverick isn't for driving navigation at all.
I've heard people having issues with CoPilot (which is only $5) such as outdated maps and licensing problems. NavDroyd is only a little more (~$7), but I can't find anything that confirms you can search for addresses or businesses while offline. And Navigon is the priciest (~$40), but looks the nicest too.
Any input from users of the apps would be appreciated!