You can download Mobile GMaps from the WAP page, but also from:
- Handango, where you can also find many other useful mobile applications or games.
- GetJar, another site with many Java mobile applications.
- Phoload has MGMaps listed as one of their featured applications.
- Chip.de — the German magazine lists MGMaps on its download page and includes it in the list of best free tools for Windows-Mobile.
- Download.com and their partner web sites.
- Smartphone-Freeware includes Mobile GMaps in the list of free software for Windows-Mobile smartphones.
Mobile GMaps Reviews
- Java.com — Sun's Java.com website lists Mobile GMaps as a featured application and lists it as one of the five finalists at the 4th Annual Duke's Choice Awards.
- Ogle Earth author Stefan Geens took a trip into Sahara to visit the Whale Valley and tested MGMaps on his Nokia N95 along the way. He was pretty happy with the results (and the sight), see the final "report" here. And here's another article about MGMaps on Ogle Earth.
- Blackberry Cool reviews Mobile GMaps and publishes a few screenshots.
- NokNok has a short review of MGMaps with GPS support.
- MobiCritic includes a recent review of MGMaps.
- GSM Arena has a short review of Mobile GMaps comparing it with other GPS applications.
- MobileMagazine has a review of the first version of MGMaps.
- Softonic has a review in German.
- StartSkott has tested a GPS-enabled version of MGMaps (1.25) on a Sony-Ericsson W800i phone.
- Tiago Barros has a written a review of MGMaps in Portuguese.
- Computerra has a review of MGMaps in Russian.
- A Russian Sony-Ericsson forum has a short review of MGMaps v1.31.
Articles and News Items
- Where am I? I'll ask my phone... The Register has an article about free mobile mapping solutions.
- Engadget, one of the largest blogs, published an article just a few days after MGMaps was launched. From the article:
"We like things that are free even more than we like things that relate to Google Maps, and when you put those two things together — man, that's some synergy. [...] It's the next best thing to actually cultivating an inner sense of direction."
- Google Maps Mania lists MGMaps in the Mobile Viewing Applications section.
- Softpedia has an article on Mobile GMaps (but they got it wrong, the size of the application is 35-150 kB depending on the version, not 478 kB as stated in the article).
- Mobil.nu includes MGMaps in their one-Java-program-a-day series of articles.
Do you know other sites that contain reviews or articles about Mobile GMaps? Let me know!