Vespucci - an OSM Editor APK

Version 15.2.7.0 - de.blau.android
Last updated: Wed, 15 Sep 2021 15:03:39 UTC
blau,android,tools,vespucci

Vespucci is the most comprehensive editor for OpenStreetMap on Android.

Vespucci - an OSM Editor apk

APP Information

Download Version 15.2.7.0 (1709)
Apk Size12.87 MB
App DeveloperMarcus Wolschon
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android4.0.x and up
App Packagede.blau.android.apk
MD5ec2e4490df6f671be8ddc7e8e444820b
Rate5
Website http://vespucci.io/

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App Description

Vespucci - an OSM Editor is blau,android,tools,vespucci, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 5 by 2 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Marcus Wolschon website who developed it. de.blau.android.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 4.0.x and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 15.2.7.0 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 741+ times on store. You can also download de.blau.android APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

Vespucci is an advanced tool for editing OpenStreetMap data, it is not a map viewer or a navigation app. You will need  an 
 to use it .
You can download the map data for a specific area and edit the map. After editing, you can upload it directly to the OSM servers.
Any accidental change can be undone and all changes are listed for review before upload. Tag-autocompletion, JOSM compatible presets, links to the translated map-features pages and even auto-completing nearby street names help to find the right tags to use.
We recommend disabling auto-updates for Vespucci so that you can upload your edits before app updates.
More information and documentation can be found on 
 and in the on-device help.
Please do not report problems here or ask for support, see 
. You can  
 directly from the app without a github account or go directly to 
.
OpenStreetMap, OSM and the magnifying glass logo are trademarks of the 
. The Vespucci app is not endorsed by or affiliated with the OpenStreetMap Foundation. 

App ChangeLog

  • June 2021 maintenance release
  • Release notes: http://vespucci.io/help/en/15.2.0%20Release%20notes/
  • Change log: https://github.com/MarcusWolschon/osmeditor4android/blob/15.2-MAINT/CHANGELOG.txt

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Google Play Reviews

  1. ब्रिजेश ℬ. मांद्रेकर-avatar

    ब्रिजेश ℬ. मांद्रेकर

    Is it possible to mark streets and footpaths to open Street map as we walk ? Specially in places where they aren't visible on satellite image ?

  2. Dean Leggo-avatar

    Dean Leggo

    I use OsmAnd on my travels and always find stuff to map or update. This app makes it easy (once you learn the app and reference the OSM wiki). Never need to use the website editor or a mouse.

  3. Can-avatar

    Can

    my monkey brain couldn't quite comprehend how to use this app but it's pack full of features 👍🏻

  4. Win Olario-avatar

    Win Olario

    Vespucci is a **feature-full** , and probably most **powerful** OpenStreetMap editing tool for mobiles devices. This maybe more difficult to use on smaller screens, but works great on larger ones and tablets. It's even usable this during mapathons with a tablet and a bluetooth mouse. This tool is designed to work with OpenStreetMap, and other data sources that are open compatible to ODbL. Don't expect this tool to work with proprietary sources. You can edit nodes, ways, and relations. You can also use it for some micro-tasking managers, and Quality Assurance tools. It includes features like presets to make editing more convenient. The project is actively developed, and the developers are responsive to issues. Definitely a tool you'd want to include in your mobile editing tool set.

  5. Julian Dekert-avatar

    Julian Dekert

    As much as you can get on a smartphone. Great for collecting POIs and editing attributes of existing objects. Editing geometry is something I prefer to use JOSM for back at home anyway. Unlike some other commenters I don't have issues with performance and that on a very low-end device.

  6. George Lester-avatar

    George Lester

    Took a day or so to fully figure out how to use it - it's clunky at first. But after getting used to clicking extra buttons to get to properties, and hitting a button at the bottom to upload a changeset, it's actually pretty great - comparable with the id editor online.

  7. Matthias Lastname-avatar

    Matthias Lastname

    Compared to a desktop with JOSM it's fantastic how full-featured an OSM editor this is on relatively low-spec Android devices. Naturally a few things are cumbersome to do with only a touchscreen but some features such as the POI templates and address autocompletion are actually more pleasant to use than on JOSM. Great work!

  8. Marlon-avatar

    Marlon

    App is great. Does what it must and well! Sadly it overlaps my soft buttons with app menu buttons, but that is an Android issue. As a contributing osm mapper, Vespucci is the best I could find. Learning. Curve is fair for the power.

  9. Aanitesh singh-avatar

    Aanitesh singh

    I installed the app to be able to edit OSM on phone, but unfortunately the doesn't support Google login, which prevented me from using the app. Had to install because of this reason. Else the app looked good and intiutive for a complex editing.

  10. Morteza Gholipour-avatar

    Morteza Gholipour

    I still prefer to use old version of Vespucci, since new versions are very slow, even on new phones. Map paning and zoom in/out are slow with default settings of the app in atleast two latest versions that I have check. I currently use version 0.9.6 which is fast enough.