JOSM is an extensible editor for OpenStreetMap (OSM), written in Java.
- - JOSM is the most popular Windows, Mac & Linux alternative to Osmosis.
- - JOSM is the most popular Open Source & free alternative to Osmosis.
- - iD is the most popular Web-based alternative to Osmosis.
Vespucci is the first OpenStreetMap editor for Android, Codename "Vespucci", continuously improved and developed since 2009. It supports the full OpenStreetMap data model including lots of less known quirks and can be used, if necessary, completely offline.
- - Vespucci is the most popular Android & Android Tablet alternative to Osmosis.
Merkaartor is an OpenStreetMap editor for Unix, Windows and Mac OSX (prerelease, Intel only), distributed under the GNU General Public License.
RapiD is a modified version of the popular OSM editing tool, iD editor, developed by Facebook as a way to add and edit map features generated by AI predictions. RapiD was initially designed as a tool to add roads, and has subsequently been used to add buildings as well.
Osmapy is an OpenStreetMap editor programmed in Python. Python is modern, has a huge user base and is battery-included. This allows everyone to contribute to this project. Osmapy uses the widespread, powerful and freshly-looking Qt-framework.