The map uses general map gestures such as pinch to zoom or double tab, pan around the map with one finger. A longer press on the map followed by release will summon the navigation menu.
Map uses device gps to locate the user. It is possible to jump to a location by entering the coordinates.
*Basic map gestures, zoom, pan scroll as known from other map applications
*Jump to location, by entering coordinates
*Jump to user, requires device gps active
The map is under constant improvement, expect more functions in later releases.
Great idea. Terrible execution. Upon opening just shows a dark screen with cyan lines. No UI to speak of or instructions, settings menu or introduction message. How does one enter location? Accidentally pulled up an input window but it only accepts coordinates✋
Didn't like, clicked REFUND after less than a minute but was charged anyway. Also, the developer instead of giving me a refund for a crappy app, sent a letter to my email which was rude, insulting and overall less than professional. The fact that they would take the time to write an insult letter instead of giving me my refund only shows the mentality of the developer. Stay away from this group, as the app sucks and you won't get a refund.
The app opened however there was next to zero information in my area two roads near Toronto GPS was on
App does exactly what it says, map looks great, does use Open Maps instead of Google's Maps, so accuracy is a bit lower. Looking forward to future improvements.