|Platforms:||Android and iOS|
|License:||Proprietary (free of charge)|
An editor that lets you draw and tag map features
geoMapTool, also known as OSMViewer and GeoBingAn, is a mobile editor that is supposed to let you draw and tag POIs, lines, and areas.
|Unfortunately there have been substantial problems with this software since it was first developed (including adding data duplicated many times over, adding data at a fixed latitude regardless of actual location among others) so DO NOT USE WITH THE LIVE OPENSTREETMAP SERVER. Contact OSM's Data Working Group firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.|
The map itself shows Wikimedia Maps, openstreetmap-carto, or DigitalGlobe. You position the map over a region and press the Download button to fetch the OSM data in the visible region. To draw a new line, you position the crosshairs over the start of the line, press the Line button, then repeat for each vertex. geoMapTool has built-in presets for common features. Pressing Finish Object immediately saves the changeset but doesn't close it, so you can continue to add to the changeset.
All changesets are saved with the Geothings Inc (on osm, edits, contrib, heatmap) account and are tagged with created_by=GeoThings Inc.
In recent versions you can log-in with your own OSM credentials. The editor is limited to add new node/way/POI, not editing existing one.