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October 2016 - MAPCAT blog


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October 2016

Unity3d map module for mobile apps

MAPCATs love to play

… just like most of us. That’s why we’ve decided to make our map available for mobile game/app developers. Our Unity 3d map API The Unity 3D game module will come together with the map site. It will provide you a…

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Fast and beautiful map design

MAPCATs are beautiful

Just like the fast and chic vector tiles on our map At MAPCAT, we are all aware that world-class functionality is a must for a map portal like us, but it won’t work without an excellent user experience. The visual…

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Points of interest

MAPCATs know all nearby restaurants

And not only restaurants, but thousands of POI types.  Our objective is to make it easy for you to find any place according to your interest, with the least efforts from your side, as easy as possible. That’s why we…

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Local language handling on mapcat

MAPCATs exist in many breeds

Luckily, we understand MEOW in all languages and reflect it on the map. On mapcat.com, you will find all map text in your local language, and of course, it applies also to your searches. We will give a recommendation at…

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Fast and easy map editing in OSM

MAPCATs are quick (when they want)

We also don’t want to keep you waiting, so we’ve developed our real-time map editing function for you.   We strongly believe that YOU (our users, private or business) have the most accurate location-based information and together we can make…

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Car, bicycle, pedestrian routing

MAPCATs always find their way home

Especially with our route planner, no matter if they drive, walk, cycle or use public transport mapcat.com will offer you world-class routing services for cars, bicycles, pedestrians as well as public transport. All of them are based on the highly detailed,…

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