“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 cyclingabout.com
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 https://mapoutapp.com.
– Search for places, streets, mountains, etc. No internet connection required.
– MapOut is based on the OpenStreetMap project, the “Wikipedia of Maps” – you can make corrections and additions yourself on OpenStreetMap.org. 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 “MapOut.me” 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 www.gpsies.com)
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
– 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: https://mapoutapp.com/manual
Continued use of GPS running in the background during recording can dramatically decrease battery life.
Map data © OpenStreetMap contributors (http://www.openstreetmap.org/copyright)