Here's a list of our favorite GPS apps for Android.
1. Sygic: GPS Navigation Maps (Free)
With over 30 million downloads, Sygic is one of the best GPS apps for Android. High quality TomTom maps are encased within the app, so users don't need internet to access them. Sygic offers users turn-by-turn voice navigation and spoken street names to help drivers stay focused on the road. Other features include speed camera warnings for fast drivers, and dynamic lane guidance to know your in the right lane. You can download Sygic: GPS Navigation & Maps from the Google Play Store here.
2. GPS Status Toolbox (Free)
GPS Status & Toolbox is a travel app by MobiWIA - EeclipSim. The GPS and sensor data will display the position and signal strength of satellites, speed, and acceleration. In case of an emergency, the app allows users to share their current location with friends and family. It also contains a magnetic compass with true north for wilderness fans taking a journey through the woods. The GPS is fast so users can download current maps and be kept up-to-date on current locations.You can download GPS Status Toolbox from the Google Play Store here.
3. GPS Tracking Pro (Free)
GPS Tracking Pro allows users to keep an eye on people within their neighborhood and gives real-time location updates. Users can take advantage of these services to check on family and friends at their exact locations. Pictures of family and friends can be incorporated into map icons. The GPS tracking system can also locate a phone thats been misplaced or stolen. Users just need to login into the website, and click on the map and the phone will show up on icons. You can download GPS Tracking Pro from the Google Play Store here.
4. Find My Friends (Free)
Find My Friends is an app that provides users with maps showing where all your friends are. Simply open up the map and all of your friends will be displayed. Updates are in real-time so users can see what everyone is doing. A chat function is included so users can chat with all of their friends to help coordinate events. If one of your friends has a party and you need directions, the app will provide navigation to the exact address. Once you arrive to the party, you can check Find My Friends to locate friends who haven't made it yet. After the party is over, users can use Find My Friends app to make sure everyone has made it home safely. You can download Find My Friends from the Google Play Store here.
5. Fake GPS Location (Free)
Fake GPS location is an app that allows rooted users to run a Fake GPS to set up mock locations. With a few simple clicks, users can fool stalkers into believing you're somewhere else. It also helps trick fellow apps into thinking you're in the same location. Occasionally, certain news programs and sports apps need your current address to deliver the appropriate information. Fake GPS makes that info become easily accessible regardless of where you are. You can download Fake GPS Location from the Google Play Store here.
6. MapQuest: Maps, GPS and Traffic (Free)
MapQuest is a popular travel app by Mapquest. The Mapquest Android app is the best tool to use if you need to check traffic along your route. If you end up taking a wrong turn, auto re-route will make adjustments making sure you get to your final destination quickly. Voice search makes it easy for users to find restaurants and gas stations. Members of Mapquest's network can report new buildings, paved roads, and other important landmarks to improve the map system. You can download Mapquest: Maps, GPS and Traffic from the Google Play Store here.
7. GPS Test (Free)
GPS Test is a utility tool developed by Chartcross Limited. GPS Test app for Android shows GPS information from your phones internal GPS. The GPS Test contains five screens full of information that include satellite positions in the sky and current current speed. A rotating compass will also show satellite positions in the sky. View current speed, local time in your current timezone, and see sunrise and sunset times for your location. You can download GPS Test from the Google Play Store here.
8. MapMyRun GPS Running (Free)
MapMyRun is a health & fitness app developed by MapMyFitness, Inc. MapMyRUn was designed to help runners, joggers, and walkers of all ages. Users can track pace, distance, calories, time and more. Listen to music, takes calls, while tracking on local courses. Compete with your friends and rank on the leaderboards for popular local runs and rides. You can download MapMyRun GPS Running from the Google Play Store here.
9. My Tracks (Free)
My Tracks is a health & fitness app that allows users to record their path, speed, distance, and elevation while walking, running, or biking. Review live data, annotate path shortcuts, and store it in Google Drive. Voice signals provide encouragement whether users are on their way to work or traversing that extra mile before ending a nice walk. Social services lets users share information with friends and family. Sync with friends to guide them to your exact location. You can download My Tracks from the Google Play Store here.
10. Strava Cycling: GPS Riding (Free)
Strava is a health & fitness app developed by Strava Inc. Track all of your rides with GPS, analyze your strength and weakness, test your performance and join challenges. View collected data on your route and see the distance, speed, elevation, and calories burned. Set personal records and earn achievements for great performances. Push yourself further with Strava. You can download Strava Cycling: GPS Riding from the Google Play Store here.