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I am sorry to ask this, i am still newbie, i was looking for an app on my android phone to login into my account and see the maps i had created.

I know there are several osm apps but while i am there i don't find any option to login into my account and find my maps. Any advice?

Thanks for your help.

asked 23 Dec '14, 22:57

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edited 24 Dec '14, 08:54

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Can you explain what you mean with "my maps"? Since in OSM we're all working together on one big database, any generic OSM app on Android should be able to show your contribution...

(23 Dec '14, 23:14) Frederik Ramm ♦


Well, I had been adding maps about turistic spots to visit in some cities. This is the work i have been doing:

Please let me know if this answer your question.

(23 Dec '14, 23:36) perla-rt

umap works fine (with space constraints naturally) with any Android internet browser that I have tested.

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answered 24 Dec '14, 09:14

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while using your uMap maps with an Android browser, click on the map name to enlarge the rather small window to full screen. Then you have a lot of options and tools on the map which are not visible right away. It took me a while to figure out how that works.

(30 Dec '14, 15:34) Urml

uMap is a separate website that just uses OpenStreetMap data. You'd need to look for an app specifically developed to work with uMap. I just did a quick search, and I couldn't find any such app.

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