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Simple navigation App with an existing .osm file for iPhone - repost

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ATTENTION:
the whole project has to be done within 2 weeks. due to bad experiences and horrible delays with other freelancers... when I say '2 weeks' then I definately mean '2 weeks'. not 3, not 5 and not 2 months. if you cannot deliver the result within this time DO NOT place an offer! Same with maximum payment - there is no sense to place an offer with twice as much as I'm able to pay! Maximum budget: 120$

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DESCRIPTION:
the wanted app should be like a very simple kind of map + navigation. this means, the user will be located by gps (or internet assisted gps) and can touch a certain point on the map (or dropdown menu) where he wants to go. the the app should show the shortest way to that point, how many meters the trip is and what time will be needed by walking there. there are no traffic signs, speed limits or one ways at the map. special feature should be, that it is counted how many meters the user passes during the trip.
I will provide the .osm file (from the open street map project) including all the layers for points of interest (toiletts, baby changing rooms, coffee shops etc) and also the map and routes on it. so this file just need to be imported into the app. the map can be hardcoded so that the app doesnt need any internet connection except for getting the location without gps.

you see, it is a very simple kind of navigation system.

the needed .osm will be provided by me. including all the roads and the special points on the map (and the dropdown menu). simple menu structure, simple designing stuff and of course the programming stuff will be done by you.

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