Sites that provide tools and software to help those who want to contribute to the OpenStreetMap by providing data or editing the maps.
An cross-platform editor for OpenStreetMap written in Java. Site includes download, documentation, and development information.
Data consistency checks for OpenStreetMap. Provides a scrollable zoomable map, with potential errors marked for further investigation.
A tool for tracking mapping progress during a mapping party or other coordinated project taking place in a concentrated area, using interactive cake diagrams.
Tool to help mappers check and merge imported public transport stop data from NaPTAN.
Tool to allow businesses to add their location and details to the map.
Online interface to allow editing and addition of points of interest on the map.
A debugging tool for visualising Changesets in OpenStreetMap.
Flag up a range of potential problems and errors on an interactive map.
Tool to allow mappers to inspect a relation describing a route, to see whether or not it is continuous and closed.
Tool to help visualise an check turn-based restrictions on highways in OpenStreetMap data.
A system for finding and aggregating information about OpenStreetMap tags. Provides sorted lists of common values found for each tag, with links to data downloads and tag documentation.
Android and Tablet PCs app for viewing and editing OSM tag data. Includes use cases, user manual, FAQ, and free downloads.
A quality assurance tool to detect errors and inconsistencies OpenStreetMap data, mainly in French-speaking countries.
An online flash-based OpenStreetMap editing client. Site provides documentation, tutorials, FAQs, and development information.
An OpenStreetMap editor for Android. Includes screenshots, code download, and project information.
Site provides printable maps of local areas designed to help OpenStreetMap contributors record further details in the field. Scans can then be uploaded and used when editing the map.
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