[HOT] Advices on OSM mobile applications for IPhone and Ipad handy for field work in humanitarian contexts
nyampire at gmail.com
Tue Apr 8 15:56:24 UTC 2014
+1 to Pushpin. It is very useful app for iPhone.
But as Robert says, it is not open source.
So as alternative, POI+ for iPhone is my concern.
2014-04-08 23:29 GMT+09:00 Banick, Robert <Robert.Banick at redcross.org>:
> Hi Nicolas,
> The only iPhone app that I've used for OSM is Pushpin. It works really
> well as a casual tool but is not so good for humanitarian fieldwork because
> it needs connectivity. More of a developed world application. It's also not
> open source if that's something you're concerned about.
> *Robert Banick* | Field GIS Coordinator | International Services | Ì American
> Red Cross <http://www.redcross.org/>
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> From: nicolas chavent <nicolas.chavent at gmail.com>
> Date: Tuesday, April 8, 2014 5:22 AM
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> Subject: [HOT] Advices on OSM mobile applications for IPhone and Ipad
> handy for field work in humanitarian contexts
> Hi there,
> I am not familiar with Apple products, any advices/recommendations on
> OSM mobile applications for IPhone and Ipad handy for field work in
> humanitarian contexts, similar to osmAND (Android) we have been
> using/relying on in some HOT on-the-ground projects over the past year.
> Any additional recommendations on Android are equally welcome.
> Thanks in advance and apologize for cross-posting
> Excellent day to all,
> Nicolas Chavent
> Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team
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