By OsmAND B.V.
OsmAnd is an offline world map application based on OpenStreetMap (OSM), which allows you to navigate taking into account the preferred roads and vehicle dimensions. Plan routes based on inclines and record GPX tracks without an internet connection. OsmAnd is an open source app. We do not collect user data and you decide what data the app will have access to. Main features: Map view • Choice of places to be displayed on the map: attractions, food, health and more; • Search for places by address, name, coordinates, or category; • Map styles for the convenience of different activities: touring view, nautical map, winter and ski, topographic, desert, off-road, and others; • Shading relief and plug-in contour lines; • Ability to overlay different sources of maps on top of each other; GPS Navigation • Plotting a route to a place without an Internet connection; • Customizable navigation profiles for different vehicles: cars, motorcycles, bicycles, 4x4, pedestrians, boats, public transport, and more; • Change the constructed route, taking into account the exclusion of certain roads or road surfaces; • Customizable information widgets about the route: distance, speed, remaining travel time, distance to turn, and more; Route Planning and Recording • Plotting a route point by point using one or multiple navigation profiles; • Route recording using GPX tracks; • Manage GPX tracks: displaying your own or imported GPX tracks on the map, navigating through them; • Visual data about the route - descents/ascents, distances; • Ability to share GPX track in OpenStreetMap; Creation of points with different functionality • Favourites; • Markers; OpenStreetMap • Making edits to OSM; • Updating maps with a frequency of up to one hour; Additional features • Compass and radius ruler; • Mapillary interface; • Night theme; • Large community of users around the world, documentation, and support; Paid features: OsmAnd Maps+ (in-app or subscription): • Unlimited map downloads; • Topo data (Contour lines and Terrain); • Nautical depths; • Offline Wikipedia; • Apple CarPlay support; OsmAnd Pro (subscription): • All Maps+ features; • Weather forecast on the map online/offline; • OsmAnd Cloud (backup and restore); • Customize Route line; • Hourly map updates.
In this case 4.99 is overpriced. You need super human eyes to read anything on this map. The contour lines are so faint you need to be in a closet to see them. If you’re eyes don’t like straining from the screen then this product IS NOT FOR YOU. Buy at your own risk or call your optometrist
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I have supported this app for several years. Recently they are pushing a new subscription model, which I don’t understand… but I’m not willing to pay any more and not willing to lose features when I currently can’t even download offline maps anymore which has left me in a jam… this is a critical feature of this app, and tapping the “maps and resources” button just causes the app to completely freeze… This app has always been a bit broken, but I’ve been willing to support it because I care about open street map, and want to see it succeed… however it is rapidly burning through any good will I had towards it and I will probably cancel my annual subscription to this app at this point. Others should probably follow suit.
They are now charging for functionality that previously worked without a subscription, like CarPlay. I previously bought map packs, etc. I wont be using this app any longer. Introducing new functionality is fine. Taking away features is not.
This was a great app but the new update has ruined it. Crashes regularly on Carplay. Is a danger and can no longer be used in the car. How can you release such a buggy version? Some of the many bugs: distance to next waypoint freezes, route line disappears, app quitting at random, route partially showing a straight line to target instead of street routing, etc. Was there no testing? UPDATE: And, -without warning- it now requires a subscription to use it with Carplay! Buggy AND subscription? Looked around, found Sygic after testing many. Much better! Thank you OSMand for making me look for an alternative
Picked up this app since i've been mapping my town in OSM. This app is fast and is able to be a great offline map solution. However, I feel it is complementary to the existing online maps, and not exactly ready as a primary map app. Search is unable to locate a city/town, and mainly is based on searching for a POI. That said, 8$ a year for offline gps capable maps is cheaper than any alternative available, and is cheaper than an annual paper road map
Awesome map application
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As somebody who edits and uses, OsmAnd is irreplaceable and useful. The UI is kinda complicated, but the app comes packed with features and is pretty customizable. If anything the interface just takes some getting used to, but is decent to navigate once you’ve used it for awhile. The vector maps are clean, and you can tweak the way they display a lot (hiding features like buildings is a nice touch). Map panning and zooming performance has improved on my device recently, and the issues I have with the app now are kinda nitpicks. The biggest issue I have now is that road names are sometimes not displayed, especially for smaller side streets. This can make on foot navigation annoying at times. In addition, osmand on iOS tends to display municipal road numbers for state, county, nat’l highways, but not local road names as they are posted at intersections. Oftentimes highways are tagged with both the municipal number (ex. cr 18) and a local or alternative name in the OSM, and I’d love to see this reflected in osmand. One other issue I’ve had is with the street name indicator not displaying at the top of the screen, even though street name is enabled in the configure screen menu. An app restart usually causes this to display again. this does make it difficult to figure out what road you’re on from the app when this issue occurs. Big props to the developers - this app is really useful and has helped me out a lot. A true competitor to google maps that keeps getting better over time, and is based on open data :) It’s always nice seeing the edits I’ve made show up on osmand. Keep up the good work <3