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It’s no secret that the basic set of cards with which the application is supplied is often not enough. However, it is possible to add additional maps yourself. Here you will find two sets of raster online-maps:
A great option for beginners. If you still not sure what cards you should upload in the navigation app, you’ll start with this collection. Here is a minimum set of the most necessary, in my opinion, cards. This set is suitable not only to get acquainted with the different types of maps that can be installed in the application, but also quite cope with most everyday tasks.
If you already know what kind of maps you need, then this set is for you. Note that it already includes maps from other compilers collections: Erelen, Dreame, ms.Galileo-app, Custom-maps-sourse and some others. And as there are many maps from the program SAS.Planet. A total of about a hundred cards included. Here are some of them:
.sqlitedbto the folder on smatphone
Basic settingsand scroll down to
Storage Directory. Here you will find the address. Card you want to copy to the subfolder
At the moment I have not been able to connect any external online map to the IOS version of OsmAnd. If you know how to do this, please contact me.
Attention! Some servers with maps sometimes slow down. Alas, in such cases, Osmand can force the connection to be disconnected to save power, thus preventing the cards from loading. This often happens with OpenTopoMaps, OpenStreetMaps, 4Umaps, RusOutdoorMaps and YandexTraffic maps. Note that after a while the server can recover and the cards can start downloading normally again.
I note that among the cards in this collection there are several dynamic. I mean all the maps with a layer of corrent traffic sitiation. There should also include a layer with moving ships Openseamap. It is worth noting that the application is not designed for such cards, so in order to be able to work with them will need to do additional settings each time.
Suppose you already have a dynamic map on your screen. For example, Google Traffic. Some time has passed and you want to know whether the situation on the roads has changed. To do this, you need to do the following:
After these actions, the map will be reloaded. And if the condition of traffic jams has changed, you will see it.
That’s all. If you have any suggestions what other sources of maps should be added to the collection (and what to remove), then send me an e-mail. It is desirable to attach a link to the page with the map of interest to the letter. And, of course, report bugs and inaccuracies on the site.