OSMAnd is an offline map and navigation app for iOS and Android.
Everything works offline including turn-by-turn voice guidance (recorded and synthesized voices).
You can also search for places by address, by type (e.g.: restaurant, hotel, gas station, museum), or by geographical coordinates.
However, the search is problematic. It helps to look for the city first, then the street, lastly the house/business number.
I’ve also been told by the developers to zoom in the general area where I wanna go before doing the search.
It is available in both free and paid versions. The paid version unlocks the download limit for offline maps and provides access to Wikipedia points of interest (POIs) and their descriptions from within the app.
- Offers choice between driving, cycling, pedestrian modes
- Allows you to create and manage GPX tracks, using contour lines visualization and altitude info (through plugin)
- OSM editing
The maps are based on OpenStreetMap and Wikipedia data.