Go Map!‪!‬ 4+

Bryce Cogswell

    • 4.0 • 4 Ratings
    • Free


Go Map!! lets you create and edit information in OpenStreetMap, the free crowd-sourced map of your neighborhood and the world. Add shops and restaurants, streets, cycling and hiking paths, buildings, lakes and rivers.

• Quickly add points of interest
• Edit nodes, ways and areas
• Track your location and heading
• Create and resolve Notes
• Supports arbitrary tag values
• Full undo/redo support
• Work offline and upload your changes later
• Bing, Mapbox and Mapnik backgrounds, or customize with your own
• See who last edited an object and when
• Find other mappers nearby
• Search for places using Nominatim
• Free! No ads or in-app purchases

For more information visit www.OpenStreetMap.org
Free registration and acceptance of the OpenStreetMap licensing terms is required to upload your changes.
Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

What’s New

Version 3.8.0

* Map styles mirrors iD style
* You can now realign aerial imagery
* Improved support for OpenHistoricalMap and OpenGeoFiction servers.
* Import HealthKit routes as GPX traces
* Many preferences are now stored in iCloud
* Adds additional aerial imagery sources
* Updates presets and translations
* Several minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

morgant ,

Great, easy way to update OpenStreetMap on iOS!

I’ve been performing more and more OpenStreetMap edits of late, but I work exclusively from my iPad Pro. I can do most of my edits in OpenStreetMap’s own web-based iD editor, but there are certain things which are cumbersome, some that only work if you know the keyboard shortcuts, and yet others that are impossible (dragging nodes).

Then there’s Go Map!! It can do everything that I need: create & modifying nodes, lines, areas, tags, notes, etc. Node creation can take some getting used to, but it’s identical to creating tracks in other iOS mapping software such as Avenza, so really no big deal. The UI could use a tiny bit of polish, but it’s free, and I haven’t found anything that doesn’t work correctly, so it still deserves 5 stars.

If you want to update OpenStreetMap data for pleasure or profit, definitely get this app, arm yourself with the link to the OpenStreetMap wiki (for reference to any tags which might not be natively supported, plus general best-practices), and go map!

artoria2e5 ,

Works well enough!

It’s like iD, but with a reasonably native feel, reasonable performance, and a pretty good GPS track recording feature. I have no idea how to export a GPX, but I don’t really need to given how much I can do on a phone. Perfect for mapping while playing Ingress: you spot a missing thing on Ingress’s OSM-based map, switch to this app, done. The only issue (minus the relation limitations — well you don’t expect to do everything) is that iOS likes to mess up your GPX tracks with network-derived locations.

Ugjdhh ,

Best OSM editor for iOS users

This is the most powerful editor for open street maps by far, it’s leagues above any other app I’ve found. The only problem is that I don’t find the need to press a separate button in order to submit the user’s revisions to OSM necessary, it just makes the design more cluttered and leaves many users confused, other than that, I’m really enjoying this app and will continue updating OSM with it!

App Privacy

The developer, Bryce Cogswell, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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