Originally Posted by Rydah
David, what routing apps have you tried?
iGo and maps for NA came with the CyberNav I bought. The CyberNav is just an Android tablet with a decent GPS chip in it (my review here
). Honestly, I found iGo to be completely, well, not what I want. It did on-the-fly routing and in my limited testing it did work. However, I'm not particularly interested in having a computer tell me where to do. I want the GPS for the bush, where routing would be useless anyway. Like I said, the first thing you need to decide is what exactly you want, because there are so many options.
This is a list of Android mapping apps that do Open Street Map data. There are, of course, many other mapping apps, but this list is a good place to start. Might as well see if free will work for you before looking at the paid stuff.