Pure Maps – Maps and Navigation Application for Linux

Pure Maps is a free and open source maps and navigation application for Linux. It shows vector and raster maps and provide navigation instructions to the user. It also shows places and routes. You can select maps data from multiple sources. Currently it provides data from Mapbox, OpenStreetMap, HERE, HSL, OpenCycleMap, OpenSlopeMap, OpenTopoMap, Sputnik and Thunderforest Transport. It is released under GNU General Public License v3.0. It is a fork of WhoGo Maps.

Pure maps providers

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 below tutorial link. After the installation restart your system.

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How to install flatpak and flathub

If you already installed the flatpak just skip the above steps and open the terminal application (ctrl+alt+t) and run this Pure Maps flatpak installation command.

flatpak install flathub io.github.rinigus.PureMaps

After the installation you can run Pure Map via this flatpak command.

flatpak run io.github.rinigus.PureMaps

Pure maps Settings

That’s it.

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