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What offline map software using OSM is available for Mac OS X?

The key feature I am looking for is to be able to open a .kml or .gpx file and see the points in that file plotted on a map.

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asked 26 May '11, 17:46

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edited 26 May '11, 20:08

QGIS may be more than you want, but it can import/export gpx and kml, and download and edit OSM data. See http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/QGIS

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answered 01 Jun '11, 15:11

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To reveal a software with that features you can have a look at the OSM wiki (Software/Desktop) and sort the first table there for the column "Mac versions".

Then scroll down that wiki page to find the table for Map Display features. Look at the column "Stores map-data on-board" ... any result?

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answered 26 May '11, 19:19

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There were (Maps4Mac, VataviaMap, etc.), but unfortunately, I couldn't find any that met my needs.

If you are aware of any specific one that I may have missed, I would be interested.

(27 May '11, 03:29) MrLinear
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