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I use Sygic for turn by turn navigation and Locus Pro with Open Street Map vector maps for everything else. Both worked abroad with roaming disabled and in places without cellular network. Both are paid apps though. There probably are lots of other options as well, but these two will surely work offline if you preload the relevant maps.
The past couple of months I've been travelling in the US, Canada, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, Australia, and New Zealand. I didn't want to pay for data for Google Maps (although I did in a couple of places). I found two options: 1) Pre-cache google by moving the map around a bit while on wifi. Then when you go out, the maps work. However, this is only for ...
OsmAnd allows you to download the open map data for any country you wish. I find it to be fairly good map coverage for the areas I have traveled in. But I use it more to track where I am rather than as a source of directions for getting somewhere specific. It does have directions function, but I haven't needed to use it, so can't give feedback on how well ...
You might want to try MapFactor: GPS Navigator which is free and allows the usage of free maps from the OpenStreetMap (OSM) project, which I believe does have maps for Iceland available. The app can't quite reach the standard of a separate navi, but does a good job nonetheless. You might also want to have a look at the OSM Android Wiki page which lists a ...
Rue des Tourterelles starts at -20.12672, 57.49795 and ends at -20.12634, 57.50161. It was recently added on OpenStreetMap.
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