Android: 2.8 (October 18, 2017) [±]
2.0 (December 1, 2017) [±]
OsmAnd (OpenStreetMap Automated Navigation Directions) is a map and navigation app for Android and iOS. It uses the OpenStreetMap (OSM) map database for its primary displays, but is an independent app and not endorsed by the OpenStreetMap Foundation. It is available in both a free and paid version, the latter unlocks the download limit for offline maps, and provides access to POIs and their description from within the app.
OsmAnd (OSM Automated Navigation Directions) is a map and navigation application with access to the free and worldwide OpenStreetMap (OSM) data. All map data can be stored on the device's memory card for offline use. Via the device's GPS, OsmAnd offers routing, with visual and voice guidance, for car, bike, and pedestrian. All the main functionalities work both online and offline.
- Works online or offline (no roaming charges)
- Turn-by-turn voice guidance (recorded and synthesized voices)
- Optional lane guidance, street name display, and estimated time of arrival
- Supports intermediate points
- Automatic re-routing
- Search for places by address, by type (e.g.: restaurant, hotel, gas station, museum), or by geographical coordinates
- Display the position and orientation on the map
- Optionally align the map according to compass or the direction of motion of the device
- Places can be saved as favorites
- Display POIs (point of interests)
- Can display online tile maps
- Can display satellite view (from Bing)
- Can display different overlays like touring/navigation GPX tracks and additional maps with customizable transparency
- Optionally display place names in English, local, or phonetic spelling
Use OpenStreetMap and Data
- Global maps from OpenStreetMap, available per country or region
- POIs (not available in the free version)
- Unlimited free download, directly from the app (download limit 10 map files in free version)
- Always up-to-date maps (usually 1-2 updates per month)
- Compact offline vector maps
- Select between complete map data and just road network (Example: All of Japan is 700 MB, or 200 MB for the road network only)
- Also supports online or cached tile map
- Optional automated day/night view switching
- Optional speed limit display, with a reminder if the user exceeds it
- Optional speed-dependent map zooming
- Location sharing
Bicycle and Pedestrian Features
- The maps include foot, hiking, and bike paths
- Special routing and display modes for bike and pedestrian
- Optional public transport stops (bus, tram, train) including line names
- Optional trip recording to local GPX file or online service
- Optional speed and altitude display
- Display of contour lines and hill-shading (via additional plugin)
Directly Contribute to OpenStreetMap
- Report map bugs
- Upload GPX tracks to OSM directly from the app
- Add POIs and directly upload them to OSM (or later if offline)
- Optional trip recording also in background mode (while device is in sleep mode)
OsmAnd running on an Android mobile phone.
The development of this project is being done on GitHub and the Android version’s source code is available under the GPLv3 license. The application is available in both a free and a paid version which works as a donation to the developer, unlocks the download limit for offline maps, and provides access to POIs and their description from within the app.
Some of the artwork – such as icons, banners, etc. – is licensed under Creative Commons Non-commercial No Derivative Works License (CC-BY-NC-ND) with an exception forbidding publishing a fork to main marketplaces.
The iOS version’s source code is available but not under a free license. File headers only say Copyright © 2017 OsmAnd. All rights reserved.
In both cases – Android and iOS – pull requests from outside contributors may be accepted under MIT license.
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