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View Poll Results: Which SAT NAV do you use the POI on?

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  • TOMTOM

    28 35.00%
  • Garmin

    39 48.75%
  • Navman

    0 0%
  • Navigon

    0 0%
  • Sygic

    2 2.50%
  • iGO

    1 1.25%
  • Nozatec

    7 8.75%
  • Maps.me

    13 16.25%
  • Osmand+

    2 2.50%
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Thread: Which SAT NAV do you use the POI on?

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    question Which SAT NAV do you use the POI on?



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    Hello,

    I am looking at which SAT NAVs our members download and install the POI files on.

    If you do use them, could you please select the ones that you do use, it is multiple choice.


    If yours is not listed please just put it in the thread.
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    Nozatec - wouldn't go back to anything else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bartman View Post
    Nozatec - wouldn't go back to anything else.
    Please can you vote accordingly?

    Thanks
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    Can you add Osmand+ to that list please.

    I won't use anything else.
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    I use them on my smartphone downloaded on to the maps.me app.From there it's a simple job to copy and paste the coordinates into the tomtom go mobile app.The WC poi coordinates are displayed as a single string on maps.me so it's really easy to copy and paste them into tomtom go.
    cheers,Steve
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    MapsMe on an iPhone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by POI Admin View Post
    Please can you vote accordingly?

    Thanks
    Done! I might be going daft, but I'm sure it wasn't on the list earlier. Presumably you've just added it - thanks!
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    Main is Garmin, but I like the downloads on Maps.me for the Phone.

    Also

    Our old 2006 AutoRoute on the creaky wee old laptop for last minute away planning when there's no wi-fi (yessssss I know it's not a satnav but it's still a much valued part of the POI set ! (as are the KML's))

    Chrz Mul.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mul View Post
    Main is Garmin, but I like the downloads on Maps.me for the Phone.

    Also

    Our old 2006 AutoRoute on the creaky wee old laptop for last minute away planning when there's no wi-fi (yessssss I know it's not a satnav but it's still a much valued part of the POI set ! (as are the KML's))

    Chrz Mul.
    If your main satnav is a Garmin couldn't you just use Basecamp? It's free and you can upload your planned to route to your Garmin, no internet required. That's what I do.

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