I am looking for an Android app which allows me to view and query polygons stored in KML and/or KMZ with a GPS point representing my location and offline capabilities. My KMZ files are being output from ArcGIS 10.2.2 representing some several thousand features (lakes, ponds, etc.). I would like to be able to view these features by navigating to them via GPS.
Previous poking around online has suggested that Backcountry Navigator (BCN) & Gaia GPS (Gaia) would be good places to start. I was able to load the large the large KML into BCN, but the polygons are serrated and the Object IDs are not always readable. Ideally, I could click on one of the features and look at the attributes. Gaia had issues loading such a large file, but the user interface is very agreeable.
Other posts on GIS StackExchange have suggested Locus. After downloading the free app, I found that there were a number of issues with obtaining offline apps. For whatever reason, after trying a couple of WiFi connections, I was not able to download the tiles to my 2013 Nexus 7 (Android 4.4). Conversely, BCN & Gaia downloaded the offline maps with ease.
Does anyone have a recommendation? Bonus points if the app allows the overlay of large raster files (~200 km^2 with 1 m resolution).