GNOME maps and location application are using OpenStreetMap.

The maps are downloaded from OpenStreetMap and require a constant network connection. The location information comes from GeoClue and determine your location using a combination of GNSS (GPS), cellular tower connection, and nearby Wi-Fi or Bluetooth endpoints.

Scale to fit

Execute a command (to automatically scale down windows which are too large to fit the screen):

scale-to-fit org.gnome.Maps on

See details on the page automatic-app-scaling.

Phone Compatibility

4 of 5 Points, some buttons are a little small.

How to install

GNOME Maps comes installed in the core Mobian system.

Tips and Tricks

Double-tap on the pin for your current position to fill it in as the start position for route planning.