MeeGo is a discontinued Linux distribution hosted by the Linux Foundation, using source code from the operating systems Moblin and Maemo. During the Meego Conference 2010, one of the developers, Damian Waradzyn has developed a GPS application named CloudGPS. This application had been ported using J2ME, and the Application is using the OpenGL ES for smooth operation.
This application is said to be one of the smoothest maps for the Nokia N900. The transitions and the animations are very smooth. Here is a video featuring the application.
Much like the latest maps, your current location is shown as a blue dot on the map. The dot turns green when the GPS Connection is established successfully. On the upper-right corner of the application, we can also see the GPS Signal Strength.
This application allows us to choose the map we want, among its options we have the Google Maps, 'OpenStreetMap I' and much more. In addition to showing your location, It can follow your current location on the map. The application runs at 50 frames/minute, which is not bad when the fact that this application was released in the year 2011. The application has a great UI and is widely appreciated in the MeeGo Community. However, Google has since blocked the access to its title servers, and people have modified the app to support the Bing maps.