Bit Map v7
is a complete rewrite from scratch, and it is due for release soon, but it needs some more testing. I only have 3 testers (plus myself) at present and that's not enough to give it a thorough work out.
If you would be interested in doing some beta testing, install the 'Test Flight' app (click here)
on your iOS device, then on that same device click on this link: https://testflight.apple.com/join/peTsPmqHWhat is Bit Map?Bit Map
is a mapping, navigation, GIS, etc, app, but what has always made it stand out from the crowd of other mapping and navigation apps is the ability to load up your choice of maps. Ie, you are not restricted to a set of maps dictated by the app vendor, and you don't have to jump through hoops if you want to get other maps installed in the app. You can have many such maps loaded simultaneously, and switch between them (or even view them overlaid on the same map). This applies to online map services (inc, WMTS, TMS, XYZ, OS) as well as to offline map image files (JPEG, PNG, GeoTIFF). You can even take a photo of a paper map and georeference it within the app (using one of four different georeferencing methods). You can download these online services to offline maps to take out bush and use when the network is not available.
If you think this might be of interest to you, then please sign up using the link above.What Online Map Services Do You Use?
The other thing about Bit Map, is that although it comes with an OpenStreetMap map service built in, it is really designed for people who want to configure other map services instead of (or as well as) OSM. I'd like to start compiling a list of such map services that may be of use to users, but my own uses are limited to Tasmania. I've started putting the list together here:https://nixanz.com/bitmap/resources/map-services/
Which online map services (WMTS, TMS, XYZ, OSM-compatible) do you use? Let me know if you think they could be added to the above-linked list.