Vector maps: Don't rotate labels and icons
I know this is not a small thing, but I think it should at least be given a look at:
Currently, vector maps are rendered as cached tiles with everything on them, including labels and icons (that are part of the map). When auto rotation is activated, texts are hard to read when driving south, because the tiles are rotated as a whole.
It would be if Locus could behave more like Google maps, which keeps labels and icons always upright and changes street names orientation once the start to be upside down.
I realize that probably needs a little more computing power, but there could be a switch to turn it off on slower devices. And the functionality wouldn't be entirely new, as Locus already does it correctly for the icons for points from the database.