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I am looking for a Travel planning / Navigation Application for iOS that allows users to show certain POIs (filtered based on values) like churches and displays the service_times and / or openings_times values too (first would be good for church services, second for restaurant opening times).

I tested a few applications, but none showed this POI info: CityMaps2Go, Pocket Earth, osmADN, OffMaps 2.

Any idea what could do it? The Overviews here https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Apple_iOS#Applications_using_OpenStreetMap and here https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Comparison_of_iOS_applications do not have that details.

asked 05 Jan '19, 12:07

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OsmAnd will show opening in the search and Open/Closed status when you tap on a POI if the information is present in the OSM data. You can also use "Open now" as a filter when searching (slider icon on right in image below).

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I don't know about service times though, nothing is showing in the search, but I also haven't found anything near me that has the information in OSM.

Note that I am using the Android version of OsmAnd, but it seems like an odd thing to be missing from the iOS version.

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answered 05 Jan '19, 12:58

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OsmAnd also shows service_times, at least the Android app version: service_times

(07 Jan '19, 07:49) scai ♦
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