Maps for Your World
RouteBuddy vector based digital road maps use data supplied by TomTom who are world leaders in supplying maps for in-car devices, PNDs, and phones. Because the data is vector based it loses no definition when zooming in to high levels.
To find out more about the Road Maps we have available, please visit the Road Maps section of the RouteBuddy Store
RouteBuddy Road Maps can be used with the RouteBuddy application for Windows and Mac OS X. They cannot be used with RouteBuddy Atlas for iOS devices.
Please note, we are currently under negotiation with our road map data suppliers for 2014-2015 data.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will update you on the latest situation.
Our raster based topo maps have been rendered to the highest quality, providing the ability to zoom the map to a higher detail than normal when looking at a paper map*.
RouteBuddy Topo Maps can be used with the RouteBuddy application for Windows and Mac OS X as well as RouteBuddy Atlas for iOS devices.
To find out more about the Topo Maps we have available, please visit the Topo Maps section of the RouteBuddy Store
*Please note: Topo maps are based on raster data; RouteBuddy does allow overzoom, but if you do then pixelation will occur, as it would if you were zooming in too far on a photograph.
RouteBuddy for Windows and Mac OS X map layering technology provides the ability to switch between road, topo and aerial maps and view you waypoints, routes and tracks in all of them.
RouteBuddy Map Products
- Tom Tom Road Maps for North America, Europe and individual countries and groups of countries therein.
- Harvey British Mountain Maps
- Over 600 Ordnance Survey Digital Map titles (Great Britain)
- Over 300 IGN France Digital Map titles
- USGS Digital Topo Maps for 48 States
Please note that RouteBuddy Digital Maps need RouteBuddy Software installed to be able to use them:
- RouteBuddy for Windows and Mac OS X (Road and Topo maps)
- Atlas for iOS (Topo maps)
All RouteBuddy digital maps are rendered to the WGS84 datum which means that they will all line up with each other when overlaid.
Find out more about using RouteBuddy with our digital maps, please visit the How to... section of the on-line manual.