org.gnome.Maps

Find places around the world
 
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Maps gives you quick access to maps all across the world. It allows you to quickly find the place you’re looking for by searching for a city or street, or locate a place to meet a friend.

Maps uses the collaborative OpenStreetMap database, made by hundreds of thousands of people across the globe.

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toomyg155 1 year ago

Flatpak version says Fail to connect to loction services why? No idea but no flatpak works fully.

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UmpquaRiver 2 years ago

It's simple, elegant, and intuitive! This Flatpak version is better. It's a great take on OpenStreetMap!

5
Desmond 3 years ago

Works great, (the shortcut was put in Accessories). Linux Mint 20.1 Cinnamon.

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RolfMeles 3 years ago

It does not appear in the start menu. But It is possible to add it using the menu editor. In my case the path is /usr/bin/flatpak run --branch=stable --arch=x86_64 --command=gapplication --file-forwarding org.gnome.Maps launch org.gnome.Maps @@u %U @@ Also I would like to know, how to add map layers, it seems to be possible!

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harrygrey 5 years ago

Läßt sich nur einmal starten über den Starter, danach nur noch von der Anwendungsverwaltung.

5
RavetcoFX 6 years ago

Great maps/direction app especially if you want to avoid Google Maps