MapFinder is being replaced by OS Maps – our award-winning app giving you brand-new features together with the mapping you love on all your devices.
You can continue to use MapFinder, however we’ll no longer be supporting it and tile purchases will be turned off later this year.
Existing users of MapFinder:
OS Maps and MapFinder are not compatible and therefore purchases cannot be transferred between the apps automatically. However, we are offering users the equivalent map base as part of the migration or a free premium subscription, find out more at https://os.uk/osmapfinder.
Whilst we will no longer develop content and features for MapFinder, the application will still be available for existing customers to continue to use their purchased content. As operating systems are updated the application may become less stable. For the most stable and up-to-date application from Ordnance Survey head over to the OS Maps app.
Our team is here to help if you get any problems with the MapFinder app. Your query may have already been answered in the FAQs at https://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/shop/mapfinder. If not, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Map tile purchases have been disabled.
We are offering users the equivalent map base as part of the migration or a free premium subscription, find out more at https://os.uk/osmapfinder.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I'm really happy OS have made this app. I'll be visiting my home town of Bath next week and being able to get offline OS maps on my iPhone and iPad for hiking around the outskirts of the city is really great. Also having OS maps to plan with in advance is fantastic.
I'd love to see the overall app navigation simplified as it can be a little confusing in places. I think the use cases may need to be rethought a bit.
Also adding pins to the map would be great, in addition to only routes (connected by lines).
Also I'd make this 5 stars if you implemented iCloud sync of planned and recorded routes. I would like to plan routes on my iPad's big screen but take my phone with me on hikes.
Also I'm not sure why the app is 350+ megabytes. Surprisingly large?
Cost and altitude
By far biggest issue is cost: as an example, my bother lives near the intersection of 4 tiles, so walks we take mean buying all 4 tiles. I can access Google maps for free. Obviously, I would prefer OS maps, but for a single walk with my brother I think I'll stick with Google. I'd need to be doing regular walks in an unknown area to justify buying maps.
The other deficiency is that GPS real time data does not tell me my altitude/elevation as I walk up a hill. I want this also recorded to show a chart/graph of my walk's cross-sectional height.
Clean and useful
Thank you making it free!
- Ordnance Survey Limited
- 359.9 MB
Requires iOS 9.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- © Ordnance Survey Leisure
- In-App Purchases
- 1:25k HP40 $1.99
- 1:25k HP50 $2.99
- 1:25k HP51 $1.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.