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Screenshot of AndRoad
Author: Fabien Carrion
Source code:
Version: (2011-10-24)
License: GPL
Platform: Android

Open-source fork of AndNav2

AndRoad ([1]) is an OpenStreetMap-based navigation app for Android. It was forked from AndNav2 in December 2010, after a long period of lack of any updates from the developer of AndNav2.


  • Turn-By-Turn Navigation
  • Location-Lookup
  • POIs
  • Text-2-Speech Instructions
  • Traffic-Feeds
  • Contact-Search
  • 4-day Weather Forecast
  • Via-Points
  • Avoid-Areas
  • accessibility-study (aka 'Where can I get in 30 minutes')
  • TpegML Traffic-Feeds
  • contribute back GPS traces to the OSM project


AndNav2 has been criticized for using the largest offline data format, by a very wide margin [2] (dead link). TODO: document if AndRoad improved in this regard.


For support see the Androad Google Group.

qcode for easy download