Welcome to Vespucci
Vespucci is the first OpenStreetMap editor for Android, Codename "Vespucci", continuously improved and developed since 2009. It supports the full OpenStreetMap data model including lots of less known quirks and can be used, if necessary, completely offline.
Editing is supported by rich, extensible and searchable presets based on the JOSM system, compatible 3rd party presets can be downloaded directly to your device. Fast "on the go" surveying is easy with address prediction and name based POI creation.
Vespucci has been tested and is known to work on a wide range of devices, from small phones, tablets to more exotic or unusual hardware, for example on an Amazon Fire TV Stick. Vespucci works on all Android versions since 2.3. It can also be used in a Google-free environment.
- From Google's Play Store and from Amazon and from F-Droid
- Release and beta APKs from our GitHub repository
- Recently built potentially unstable APKs from Google Drive
- Source code and repository on GitHub
Vespucci on Social Media
On device help
The texts in the Introduction and Editing sections are available on device as context sensitive help.
The Vespucci team doesn't have a formal roadmap, however you can see what we have considered working on and have completed for the next release here: milestones 0.9.9.
Support and contact
If you're interested in this project, you're welcome to help improving it. We need UI designers, translators, and of course Java programmers. Join our Google group or mail Marcus@Wolschon.biz.
OpenStreetMap and the magnifying glass logo are trademarks of the OpenStreetMap Foundation. The Vespucci app is not endorsed by or affiliated with the OpenStreetMap Foundation.