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WhoGo Maps is a full-featured app for maps and navigation with a flexible selection of mostly OpenStreetMap-based maps and related service providers. WhoGo Maps requires the Mapbox GL Native QML component for map display, supporting both vector and raster maps with OpenGL accelerated rendering.

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Source code and issue tracker are available at GitHub. Translations at Transifex.

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Might have seen that settings page in some other application before?


Why a new name/app?
what are the differences?
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Originally Posted by peterleinchen View Post
Why a new name/app?
New map component, Mapbox GL QML, as ported by rinigus. It brings vector maps, which works better across different size and different pixel density screens, rotates nicer, tilts for navigation and also the performance should be a lot better. It needed to be a new app as this is a big change, not yet fully proven technology, and will not work on older devices such as Jolla 1.

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@otsaloma - congratulations! Great to see it released

As was announced from the beginning, Poor Maps GL - an intermediate step in this transition - has been removed from OpenRepos. All users are advised to move over to WhoGo Maps.

Congratulations again, great work!
 

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Originally Posted by rinigus View Post
@otsaloma - congratulations! Great to see it released

As was announced from the beginning, Poor Maps GL - an intermediate step in this transition - has been removed from OpenRepos. All users are advised to move over to WhoGo Maps.

Congratulations again, great work!
Now I got it!
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Does this have a way to launch it from command-line with a destination? Saera currently uses its internal routing engine for directions, but I'd like to give users the option to use WhoGo Maps if it's installed.
 

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Why not "Rich Maps"?
 

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Originally Posted by pisarz1958 View Post
Why not "Rich Maps"?
... or "MeGo Maps", "WeGo Maps", "HereWeGo Maps" or simply "Go Maps"?

Seriously "WhoGo Maps" sounds strange (as if "Hugo Maps") and does not make much sense (or I just fail to see it), is somewhat cool, but primarily irritating.

But as this is @otsaloma's baby, all I / we can ask for is: Please reconsider this awkward name (for the apps sake; actually a catchy and bit flashy "Rich Maps" may suit the app best).
 

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Originally Posted by olf View Post
... or "MeGo Maps", "WeGo Maps", "HereWeGo Maps" or simply "Go Maps"?"Rich Maps" may suit the app best).
Mmm IMHO Whogo-Maps is good name, because It is not a generic name. But Hugo-Maps I like much, that Rich-Maps or whatever
So thanks @otsaloma for ur pretty work for it, Also to be original on name-app

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Originally Posted by taixzo View Post
Does this have a way to launch it from command-line with a destination? Saera currently uses its internal routing engine for directions, but I'd like to give users the option to use WhoGo Maps if it's installed.
No, unfortunately sailfish-qml doesn't support argument passing.
 

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