OkMap takes raw map data and produces professional digital maps with points of interest, routes, and more. The app includes plenty of features, but the visuals are lacking.
Create a map from scratch: With OkMap and raw data, you can create a full-featured digital map with different views, points of interest, routes, etc. This software is really an all-in-one solution when it comes to digital map creation.
Google Maps integration: A great feature is the ability to import vector data from Google Maps right into the product and use it as a baseline. While the import takes a few steps, it is by no means difficult or cumbersome.
Support for GPS devices: If you happen to have a standalone GPS receiver, you can connect it to your PC via laptop to import GPS data as well as see your location in real time. Unfortunately, you will most likely not be able to connect your smartphone to the software and use the phone's GPS; at least we failed when we tested it with an iPhone.
Outdated design: As you look at the software's toolbar, you'll be taken back to the days of Microsoft Office 2003 and Windows 2000. While the functionality is there, the interface needs a major overhaul.
Steep learning curve: The software is complex. If you're serious about creating your own maps, you should set aside a weekend to get to know all the functions it has to offer.
Have you ever wanted to create your own version of Google Maps? If yes, OkMap might be just what you're looking for. Its impressive array of features cannot be beaten. But if you're just looking for a navigation app for your Windows machine, this software will most certainly be overkill.