@AppLee said in Puremaps offline and OSM Scout server:
IMO, that something that should be worked on instead of trying to hack around, so if someone can propose something I bet PR will be welcome.
Porting apps to UT is not trivial and requires some compromises if the app was not intended for UT in the first place.
The best experience UT can offer is with native apps.
BTW switching apps is not safe while driving, but neither is looking for a destination. You should stop to start a new route.
So how and where do I go about proposing something new? Fully functional offline Puremaps with GPS tracking would be a great improvement. I admit here and now that I don't have the faintest idea of the difficulties involved, and I am getting the impression it may not even be possible.
Ideally I would like to see an Ordnance Survey map application as they are the only maps to show the sort of features I want, but I recognise they would only appeal to those of us in Britain, so there may not be enough demand to make development worthwhile. (For information: OS maps show features such as footpaths, contour lines, field boundaries, archaeological sites and so on, that are of interest to walkers, while roads are merely incidental to the important data.) https://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/