Madeira offline map APK
APK Version History
About Radio FM 90s
Offline map of Madeira island, Portugal for tourist and business visitors. Download the app before you go or using your hotel's Wi-Fi and avoid expensive roaming charges. The map runs completely on your device; map display, routing, searching, everything. It does not use your data connection at all. Switch your phone function off if you want to!
No ads. No "in app purchases". no extra downloads required.
The map is based on OpenStreetMap data, http://www.openstreetmap.org. It includes the islands roads and, at least in Funchal, where you will probably stay, all the main hotels, eating places and things to do and see. Coverage of levada paths is partial. You can help improve it by becoming an OpenStreetMap contributor.
The app includes a search function and a gazetteer of commonly needed items like hotels, eating places, post offices and pharmacies as well as museums and other things to see and do.
Turn-by-turn navigation is available on devices with GPS. If you don't have a GPS, you can still show a route between two locations.
Navigation will show you an indicative route and can be configured for car, bicycle or foot. The developers provide it without any guarantee that it is always correct. For example, OpenStreetMap data does not always have turn restrictions - places where it is illegal to turn. Some rural roads may be suitable for four-wheel drive vehicles only and/or for people familiar with the area and terrain. Use with care and above all look out for and obey road signs.
What's New in this version
- Latest OpenStreetMap data
- Android 10 compatibility
- Removed "Advanced Find" menu item to simplify the app, contact us via our Developer Email on the Google Play Store if you want this back.
- Added Crashlytics. If the app crashes, information about the crash is automatically sent to us. No personal data is sent. Your location is not sent.
- Ski runs and ski lifts now show where applicable
- Reservoir dams now show
- Some map style tweaks, e.g service roads thinner to contrast them better.