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I am using Marble (KDE) for creating and auditing my driving routing, but this works well for KML but not GPX ones. Any OSM frontends working for auditing GPX, not just viewing them, both desktop ones and F-droid ones?

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asked 12 Nov '17, 02:55

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I am not sure what you mean by "auditing" here.

(12 Nov '17, 07:51) aseerel4c26 ♦

You may find tools that use OSM-based maps here: (list "Options" at the bottom) or at .

For Android see ("Navigation" or "Track recording" setions). I, personally, have used OsmAnd (also on F-Droid) for loading, displaying and following gpx tracks.

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answered 12 Nov '17, 07:53

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edited 12 Nov '17, 07:54

I also need webapp frontends for OSM to be libre replacements instead of the nonfree Google MyMaps. My desktop systems are primarily Parabola, Debian testing, Trisquel Flidas, Devuan.

(25 Nov '17, 08:26) hd_scania

Take a look at uMap

(25 Nov '17, 10:15) scai ♦

I would recommend GPS Prune. Loading the trace into prune shows the GPX on an OSM map. This gives you the chance to see if your trace shows new ways or existing ones that may be off line, I use an average of all public traces to check bing and to decide if a way is a little off line. see

(25 Nov '17, 10:43) andy mackey

I honestly need MORE AND MORE webapps of OSM frontends, but not just Mapilliary and uMap. My desktop systems are Parabola, Debian testing, Trisquel, Devuan and I only use libre systems in my PC, which I am a free software theorist. I also need to remind any others here which desktop apps like Marble-noK, qGIS, GPSprune, Merkaartor, JOSM are varied in different systems and BOTH are needed to be installed in EVERY my libre systems, some are even not working due to out of date libraries. For F-droid, I have installed OSMand but still need tutorials to practice it.

(26 Nov '17, 01:45) hd_scania

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