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Earthcomber

Tue Nov 28, 2006 - 10:28 AM EST - By Tim Hillebrand

Conclusion

Earthcomber may not have every single McDonalds in the country, but it wonÂ’t let you go hungry or run out of gas. It is a versatile travel companion and navigator that works with or without GPS. I especially like the way it learns about your preferences and suggests points of interest along the way that you might have missed otherwise. I also appreciate the discussion groups maintained by Earthcomber. If there is not a group that tickles your fancy, you can start your own. Considering the price (free) I think you can afford to allow it some space on your PDA.

Community Editor's Note: Harv did a Palm OS version review of Earthcomber back in March so be sure to check that out.



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