Last modified: 2020-04-08
Use Mapbox Mapping Services
- As RouteDraw depends on the mapping services provided by Mapbox, if Mapbox terminates services, the functions of the app will be affected.
- Mapbox services will collect anonymized location and usage data to improve the map by default. But you can choose not to share the data via the settings, without affecting the app functionality. RouteDraw will prompt you about this the first time you enter the app. On the other hand, our company will not collect usage data.
- Terms of service for Mapbox can be found at: https://www.mapbox.com/legal/tos/
- If there are map display related issues, please check Mapbox Status first.
- As the drawing logic is based on the map display data, which is simplified and does not preserve junction info. Therefore, if you draw while zoomed out, the route will have a higher degree of simplification. And whether two ways are connected is based on estimation, and therefore may not be correct.
Publish Map Screenshot
- As the mapping services are provided by Mapbox, if you publish a screenshot of the RouteDraw app with the map data, you must attribute Mapbox and OpenStreetMap, along with the copyright notice for RouteDraw. Example notice:
Maps © RouteDraw, © Mapbox, © OpenStreetMap
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Web Server Log
- Your IP address, browse requests are logged by the Amazon Web Services, and the log records will be kept for 30 days. These are normal web server access/error logs, the log data may be used for issue diagnosis, but will not be used for any other purposes.
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