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In the end we went with: https://developers.arcgis.com/android Here is sample code to get you started... private Boolean setBaseLayer() { File myShapeFilePath = null; try { if (MyApplication.mPathMaps == null || MyApplication.mPathMaps.length() < 1) { File rootDir = new File(Environment.getExternalStorageDirectory()....


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DogSheep Customizable Maps lets you overlay JPG images on top of the map. It will place the image according to the GPS tag in the JPG, but you may have to adjust the JPG image within the app to position it exactly. DogSheep can also let you create points to mark places on the map.


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You could try DogSheep Customizable Maps app. It lets you download maps by cutting it with a bounding box. The app uses MapsForge, so you could grab the map.map file from the download/dog_sheep/map_name directory, where map_name is the name you gave to the map when you downloaded it.


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My free app DogSheep can overlay a jpg or png image on top of an offline map in Mapsforge format. So far, rotation, scaling, and translation is supported. The screenshot in the Google Play store shows a 1917 map of Stanley Park overlayed on top of the modern map. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.dogsheep


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I am posting this as an answer it hope it might be useful to someone else, even though the solution is not as good as Martin's suggestion: This is what I've tried: Backcountry Navigator Google Earth Here Maps OsmAnd Locus Map OfflineMaps & Navigation POI pocket GPS Navigation & Maps Maps.me Poiloader None of the programs is really great. ...


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I have recently started using ArcGIS Collector. It might not fit all your requirements (like sort by distance, which I also would like to have), but it is surprisingly easy to upload shapefiles and create symbology based on type. You can upload your POI types as different layers, then you can even turn them on and off individually. It is all managed ...


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If you use latest MapTiler version from http://www.maptiler.com/ to generate the tiles, it will directly produce for you an ready to use openlayers.html viewer. You clearly use a very old version of MapTiler - as the viewer you show here is based on the old OpenLayers (v2) and the XML file is not anymore generated by recent MapTiler versions. Instead, there ...



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