Pure Maps is a free open source map and navigation application for Linux. It displays vector and raster maps and provides users with navigation instructions. It also shows the location and route. You can select map data from multiple sources. We currently provide data from Mapbox, OpenStreetMap, HERE, HSL, OpenCycleMap, OpenSlopeMap, OpenTopoMap, Sputnik and Thunderforest Transport. It is released under the GNU General Public License v3.0. This is a fork of WhoGo map.
Install Pure Maps on Ubuntu
Pure Maps is available as a flatpak package for Linux users. First, install flatpak and flathub on your system using the tutorial links below. Reboot the system after installation.
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How to install flatpak and flathub
If you already have flatpak installed, skip the steps above to open the terminal application (ctrl + alt + t) and run this Pure Maps flatpak installation command.
flatpak install flathub io.github.rinigus.PureMaps
After installation, you can use this flatpak command to run PureMap.
flatpak run io.github.rinigus.PureMaps