@3rik which App do you recommend on Android smartphones?
Especially for navigating by feed, bike and public transport.
Would be cool if it features an easy edit interface too. But could also be two distinguished Apps, each for one purpose.
And I don't request routing, I'm able to read maps and find my route :)
Osmand is feature-rich, including navigation, editing, full offline functionality and much more.
What I also love is #StreetComplete, since it offers a nice gamification for improving OpenStreetMap: https://f-droid.org/en/packages/de.westnordost.streetcomplete/
If all you want to do is add a missing node poi, or fix an information on an existing node, osmand has a contribution plugin that works well. Vespucci is very powerful, but I only use it when I don't have a choice. Streetcomplete is also wonderful, but it's limited to the quests it knows about. It's good to contribute data you didn't know could be part of osm ^^. Each tool for its own purposes; I use all three of them.
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