[OSM-talk] Vector maps for Android

Parveen Arora mail at parveenarora.in
Sun Nov 27 11:24:43 GMT 2011


On 27 Nov 2011 16:34, "David Paleino" <dapal at debian.org> wrote:
>
> On Sun, 27 Nov 2011 13:54:14 +0530, Parveen Arora wrote:
>
> > Please let me know some good application to use vector data of osm on
> > android phone becase tiles needs a lot of bandwidth to access the maps
> > easily.
> >
> > I have tried many applications but not found any satisfactory
applocation
> > till now.
> >
> > All the applications availble are third party  applications and ask to
pay
> > for them at some point.
>
> I use OsmAnd, and I'm very satisfied with it.
>
> It has vector rendering, it has POI-search, it can do offline routing, as
well
> as online (using CloudMade or YOURS). It can also be used for simple
mapping
> things (add POIs, save GPX track), but I haven't used them (I use
OSMTracker
> for mapping).
>
> Also, it seems to use the PBF format, and I currently have all Italy
loaded on
> my Samsung Galaxy Next. It also has voices available for quite some
languages.
>
> If you look in the Android Market, you see "OsmAnd" and "OsmAnd+" -- the
first
> is free, but won't get updates, the second is quite cheap.

Yes i am also using this OSMand and almost all the applications mentioned
on the wiki page of osm for android.
Only osmand+ is having the facility to use vector data not the free version
of it and I have also not found any other freely available application to
use vector data.

Almost all the applications available in the android market are cheap but
not all the users personally me would like to pay for using it because its
data is already being provided by osm free of cost.

Thanks for your suggestions.
--
Parveen Arora
>From my phone.
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