Andronicus Posted March 26, 2009 Share Posted March 26, 2009 Here is how I am using my HTC Touch Vogue, running windows mobile 6.1 with a Qualcom GPSone internal GPSr. Sadly, I have not found a program that does everything I want. So I acctualy have 3 installed. For acctual caching, I am using BasicGPS. I stores .loc and .gpx files (good for if you are out of cell coverage), links into the web site, and google maps. It has audio info for if your hands are cold, or to use with headphones in high muggler areas. It just seems to work good. BasicGPS can acctualy be used to find caches on wap.geocaching.com, but not as good as I would like. For finding caches on geocaching.com, I normaly use a new program called GCz. It works super, but only returns 20 results. The current version does not have a setting to change this so... If I want more than 20 results, I use GateCacher. GCz currently has some bugs that make it poor for acctualy navigating to the cache site. As for GateCacher, I don't realy like the feel of its navigation, so don't use that eaither. Using these two programs to find caches when I am on the go, I then download the .loc files and import them into BasicGPS. I have tried geoScout, but it was overly complicated, and frequently crashed. Finaly, I am thinking of buying a Bluetooth GPS with WAAS to improve accuracy. I can get a good one localy for $70 Canadian dollars. There you have it. I would love to here how others are using their Windows Mobile devices. Quote Link to comment
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