Updating gps maps
The location you were at the moment you pressed the button is already saved in the waypoint information on the form so even if you are traveling at 65 miles per hour down the freeway you can reliably capture a single point with the press of the button.A unique default name is assigned automatically but you can modify this name at your leisure without effecting the position data.
Garmin receivers have differing capabilities in the number of waypoints that they can save.
Here We Go (formerly Here Maps) is a maps and navigation application for Android and i OS, and a desktop web mapping service by HERE Global B. Originally developed by Nokia, the application was first released for Windows Phone and the web in 2014 as a revamped version of Nokia Maps.
Here Maps was released to the Google Play Store on 10 December 2014 and later on the i OS App Store on 11 March 2015, and was renamed to Here We Go in July 2016. On 15 March 2016 Here announced that it would discontinue support for its app for Windows 10 Mobile on 29 March 2016 due to its use of "a workaround that will no longer be effective after June 30, 2016", and that the existing Windows Phone 8 app will only receive critical updates after this date and no longer be actively developed.
Users can enter a destination address, landmark, or business name, and then the app automatically calculates directions and distance to the destination.
Real-time traffic data (where available) is also factored and a prediction made on arrival time to the destination.