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Android App to Map walking (with only GPS & off-line maps); no internet

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Hi all...

This is a bit off-topic.

We're going to Italy and Austria soon. I'd like to know if anyone has had success with any Android apps that map your walking, with these features:

Can only use GPS -- my phone will not have Internet access while I walk (no SIM chips for Italy or Austria).

Does not need to be full of extra features - just mapping my path as I walk -- and ability to save the maps.

I have Google maps of Italy and Austria stored offline on my Android. It will have to work with them (rather than the internet-based maps) since I have no internet access as I walk. (I'll have it in the hotels using wi-fi, but not outdoors).

Thanks.
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