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Available languages — iD

Screenshot of iD
Author: Many
Version: 1.7.3 (2015-06-10)
License: WTFPL
Platform: web-based (Javascript)

iD is an OpenStreetMap editor programmed in JavaScript (usable directly in the browser) with the aims to be simple and friendly.

Use it

You can use iD with your web browser live on the homepage. Simply zoom in on the area you are interested in, and click the "edit" button!

Note: In your user preferences you can set the "edit" button to launch different editors, in which case you can still find "iD" inside the "Edit ▼" menu drop-down. By default though, new users would simply click "edit".

Internet Explorer is not (yet) supported by iD (bugs: IE9, IE10, IE11).

To help you learn iD, there is a tutorial inside the editor (via a prompt on the start-up screen and always via the bookmark icon on the left side-panel). You also can browse the collection of questions related to iD on If your question has not been asked already, just add it. A list of keyboard shortcuts is available, too.


iD uses d3js as a rendering layer and has a fast, modular core that manages OSM data. The primary mode of rendering is via SVG, though other renderers will be considered in the future.

Contributions are very warmly welcomed. Currently User:Tmcw, User:bhousel, and others are contributing.


Branch Original
release date
Version Version
release date
Support Model
Alpha 21 de dezembro de 2012 Alpha 3 23 de fevereiro de 2013
Beta 2 de abril de 2013 Beta 1 2 de abril de 2013
1.0 9 de maio de 2013 1.0.1 10 de maio de 2013 EOL (End-of-life)
1.1 9 de agosto de 2013 1.1.6 23 de agosto de 2013 EOL
1.2 26 de setembro de 2013 1.2.1 30 de setembro de 2013 EOL
1.3 24 de outubro de 2013 1.3.10 21 de maio de 2014 EOL
1.4 29 de maio de 2014 1.4.0 29 de maio de 2014 EOL
1.5 8 de julho de 2014 1.5.4 29 de julho de 2014 EOL
1.6 6 de outubro de 2014 1.6.3 10 de fevereiro de 2015 EOL
1.7 11 de fevereiro de 2015 1.7.4 16 de setembro de 2015


See also: entries of the mapbox osmdev blogs (Atom feed) and of the systeme-d blog.


See also