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The Mapillary layer brings street-level views straight into the OsmAnd app. This means you can easily check out the surroundings at any place of interest or along the route you have planned with OsmAnd. Where imagery is missing, you can just add it yourself so that others can make use of it. This feature has emerged from our collaboration with the Mapillary team uniting the benefits of both apps.
Enable / Disable plugin
Android: Menu → Plugins → Mapillary
iOS: by default.
How to use
Street-level imagery (Mapillary) are green points on the map. Street-view photos attached to these points. You can create a filter and select what photos you would like to display on the map. In order to open street-view photo you need to press on the green point.
Enable / disable Street-level imagery on the map:
Android: Menu → Configure map → Street-level imagery
iOS: Menu → Configure map → Street-level imagery
Cliking to the green points opens Mapillary screen in OsmAnd, where user can view images from Mapillary service.
Click to ⁝ button (Android) - opens chosen image in Mapillary application.
Clicking to arrows on the images allows to move image by image.
There are info about username and year in bottom corner.
Filtering the data
The filter images menu:
Android: Menu → Configure map → Street-level imagery → …
iOS: Menu → Configure map → Street-level imagery → …
- On / Off - enable or disable mapillary map layer.
- Tile cache - reload tiles to see up to date data
Filter images by sumbitter, by date or by type. Only active in closeup zoom (17):
- Username - filter images by user. View only images by selected username.
- Date - filter images by date. Start date to End date.
- Display only 360° images - allows to showing only 360 ° images.
Images in Map Context menu
Click to the images opens viewing images doublescreen: