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“MapOut saves the day by using a simple interface to draw routes, and check out elevation profiles… I’m pretty blown away by its capabilities.” – Alee from

Offline map covering the whole world for iPhone and iPad. Almost as beautiful as a paper map – but more versatile.
– For hikers: easy to read representation of the terrain, even in the most remote corners without Internet
– For cyclists: with cycling route network, speed and distance display
– For city travelers: city maps with tourist information
– For the connoisseur: simply beautiful map to look at

3D tilt view
– Tilt the device in any direction to get a better impression of the terrain. More information on

Search feature
– Search for places, streets, mountains, etc. No internet connection required.

Map material
– MapOut is based on the OpenStreetMap project, the “Wikipedia of Maps” – you can make corrections and additions yourself on The latest maps are delivered with periodic updates.
– Download your favorite regions – the maps are now viewable without an internet connection (offline map).

– Drawing: draw your own routes and waypoints directly on the map. Retouch existing tours and imported GPX files or let them directly snap to the road network.
– Import: with a free “” account you can send directions by email to your device. GPS-Tours can be found as gpx or kml files on many websites with tips for hiking or biking (e.g. on
Record: take recordings of your own tours and share them with friends.
Information: quick overview of each tour – length, altitude change, map section and route profile

Map view
– Fast map display (OpenGL accelerated)
– Step-free zoom, always a pixel-perfect map
– Topographical map with contour lines and shading
– Selectable overlays: bike/hike/ski routes, sightseeing, public transport

Find all answers to your questions in our user manual:

Continued use of GPS running in the background during recording can dramatically decrease battery life.

Map data © OpenStreetMap contributors (




Extremely well made and easy to use

I love having a map overlaid with all the different routes I’ve created, it makes it really easy to decide where to go ride. Being able to quickly send gpx files from the computer is really handy and makes it easy to import routes created for example on strava or anywhere else really.

The app is super snappy, there’s never any load delay once you’ve downloaded the maps for the area you’re in.