MapFactor thus takes you from one point to another on fully updated routes exclusively using the GPS that comes in your device. An Internet connection will only be needed to download the maps, which you can do when you're planning your trip and you have data access or a Wi-Fi connection.
The instructions once you start your route on MapFactor are spoken, and the voice can be modified in terms of tone, gender, or volume, adapting to how you want to be guided. In addition to sound alerts, you can also set your view of the highways and cities, choosing between 2D and 3D.
As you drive or walk, you'll see all the nearby places of interest on your screen, so if you want more information on any of them, all you have to do is press on it in to see the entry for each building or place. The tool also includes a very useful feature for drivers looking for greater security on roads they don’t know or the location of speed cameras to avoid tickets.
You can also avoid specific streets, forcing MapFactor to calculate alternative routes. You can even identify whether you're traveling by car or on foot, thereby mapping the most precise routes at all times.
Finally, it's worth noting that this tool also includes extra downloadable packets with information on maximum gross tonnage for bridges or the heights of overpasses, among other useful information.