Mapping Innovation That Goes Out of the Norm

We’ve said it many times, but we’ll say it again, we love maps. Furthermore, we love maps in all different shapes, sizes and platforms. But one of our favorite things other than just maps themselves is mapping innovation. Now of course we love innovations that particularly pertain to maps (routing, resolution times, map detail), but […]

Travel Guides 2.0

Whatever happened to the good old travel days? The ones where you did more wondering and less traveling? The ones where your inter-city mingling, or trips to the Eiffel Tower were weighed down (both figuratively and literally) with the confusion of asking locals how to get where you wanted or worse, trying to sift through […]

Say Hello to Travel’s Little Friend: ForeverMap 2 with Wikitravel

Remember when we launched ForeverMap 2 on iOS, filling iOS users map craving with the awesome benefits of the amazing OpenStreetMap and online-offline functionality? So do we. But just because we have developed quite a spiffy mobile map app with search capabilities, constantly evolving data and pedestrian and bike routing (online and offline among other […]

Mapping Out Our Favorites From April Fools’ Day

It’s been labeled cruel, sad and unnecessary, but one thing is for sure about April Fools’ Day: it always provides us with some intriguing talking points. Now granted, a good April Fools’ joke can be spawned with any budget given the prank comes from a slightly dark (but safe), off-kilter place in one’s imagination. However, […]

There Are Startups, and Then There Are (Mapping) Startups

From gaming to weather, the difficulties of being a start-up have been well documented. Of course some make it look easy (that means you Google), but the plight of the startup is far more intricate and challenging than it may seem. With that in mind, here are few obstacles mapping startups face in today’s saturated […]