This looks like a good mapping app for mac. The only bad side is the price. Free demo available. Has anyone tried it?
I have a nüvi 650 and didn't find RouteBuddy to be worth its expense. You need to purchase both the application and the maps to be of use. It is a beautifully done application and is created by and for Mac users. The problem for me was that the only thing RouteBuddy could do for me was download my favorites and show them on the map. The application has other features more suited to other GPS units such as planning and loading routes. If you connect a laptop GPS you could also use it in the vehicle as you drive. For those Mac users who have a use for its functions RouteBuddy is a good solution.
I tried the demo and it didn't seem to work very well with my gps either. I have a Nuvi 660. Great design of the iTunes like interface. I guess Microsoft Streets and Trips running on Parallels is the best solution. (they need to have Streets and Trips for mac!)
Thanks for the information. I was wondered what value, if any, RouteBuddy provided for Mac owners.
Now I know.
If you but the application with the maps it is $170 (100 for app + 70 for map). Doesn't seem worth it compared to Streets and Trips for $40. ($37 on amazon)
It does look nice... but WAY TOO EXPENSIVE
Streets and Trips is not an option for Mac users unless you have an Intel Mac with Windows.
Guess I'll have to run S&T in Parallels on my Mac.
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