Vespucci - an OSM Editor

4.2
985 reviews
50K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Vespucci is an advanced open source tool for editing OpenStreetMap data, it is not a map viewer or a navigation app. You will need an OpenStreetMap account to use it .

You can download the map data for a specific area and edit the map. After editing, you can upload it directly to the OSM servers.

Any accidental change can be undone and all changes are listed for review before upload. Tag-autocompletion, JOSM compatible presets, links to the translated map-features pages and even auto-completing nearby street names help to find the right tags to use.

We recommend disabling auto-updates for Vespucci so that you can upload your edits before app updates.

More information and documentation can be found on vespucci.io and in the on-device help.

Please do not report problems here or ask for support, see why we can't provide support and accept issues on the play store review section. You can report issues directly from the app without a github account or go directly to the issue tracker.

OpenStreetMap, OSM and the magnifying glass logo are trademarks of the OpenStreetMap Foundation. The Vespucci app is not endorsed by or affiliated with the OpenStreetMap Foundation.
Updated on
Jul 17, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Location
No data collected
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Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted
4.2
985 reviews
Kelson Vibber
March 9, 2022
If you want to seriously edit OpenStreetMap while you're out and about, Vespucci is the way to go. You can add, remove, and modify just about any paths or structures on the map, trace paths using your phone’s GPS and either add them through the app or upload them to use another tool. It uses a lock/unlock system so you don’t make changes accidentally, and you can place geolocated photos on the map to help you position features. That said, there is a steep learning curve when you start out!
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Marcus Wolschon
March 10, 2022
Thanks!
A Google user
June 29, 2019
Took a day or so to fully figure out how to use it - it's clunky at first. But after getting used to clicking extra buttons to get to properties, and hitting a button at the bottom to upload a changeset, it's actually pretty great - comparable with the id editor online.
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Marcus Wolschon
July 27, 2019
Thanks. You can simply select an object a 2nd time to start the property editor. There is a project to refactor the property editor so that it can, space permitting, be displayed at the same time as the map display, this is around a man month of work, any help with that would be appreciated.
Maxim R
June 24, 2022
Comprehensive, but thus is a little hard to use on a mobile device. I am often met with a "not responding" message, but everything seems to be working well. Edit: Will open up an issue if persists
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Marcus Wolschon
June 24, 2022
Thanks. If the "not responding" messages are frequent could you open an issue here https://github.com/MarcusWolschon/osmeditor4android/issues so that we can investigate.

What's new

This fixes a regression that caused a crash if you manually added a key with no value in the property editor.

Release notes: https://vespucci.io/help/en/17.1.0%20Release%20notes/

Change log: https://github.com/MarcusWolschon/osmeditor4android/blob/17.1-MAINT/CHANGELOG.txt