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I'm looking for something like http://www.wayfaring.com/, but once you created the map, it will let you export it or download it to your phone.

The idea is that I can draw the path I should do, and then be able to see it in my phone. Better if the mobile app don't need 3G (so google maps won't do it).

What I'm doing now is using mapdroid for the maps (but you can't write anything inside the map), drawing them in google maps, and then trying to remember... I've lost my way some times :(

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As far as I know, recent Google Maps has very much improved their offline support. Meaning you can plan a route at home with a connection and use the maps app on the road without. – Lode Nov 2 '11 at 17:05
Thanks! if you write your comment as an answer, I will probably choose it (I think I wont get any more responses :) ) – NicoGranelli Nov 7 '11 at 10:29
@Barry: how exactly is this question not constructive? – Dan Dascalescu May 12 '14 at 4:24
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Google has a lab feature to use their maps offline, if you have an Android device.

Download map area (...) But what if you don’t have a data signal, or you’re abroad and don’t have a data plan? We say that if you use Google Maps for mobile, you’ll never need to carry a paper map again. The “Download map area” lab in Google Maps 5.7 for Android is a step in making that statement true even when you’re offline.

See their blogpost about it and someone sharing it incl. some comments on Google+.

Google Maps for Android lab feature for offline support

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I don't see that option in my google maps lab tab, but I guess it would be appear sometime in the future. Thanks for the link – NicoGranelli Nov 9 '11 at 13:56

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