Offroad allows you to display offroad rights of way easily on a map. Many mapping programs show bridleways or footpaths but only when extremely zoomed into the map. Or they might not show at all, with the program not distinguish between rights of way at all. With Offroad you can move the map to where you want to show paths, click search and the app will show an overlay of the paths at any zoom level. Handy for planning routes to link offroad sections. Click save to keep the paths downloaded for offline use.
Offroad uses a service called Overpass API to retrieve data from Open street maps.
Default overlays included are:
Foot- for showing footpaths and bridleways
Bike- showing bridleways and cycleways
Hiking route- showing national or regional trails
MTB route- showing national or regional trails
Motor Vehicle- Showing any track that has moto access allowed.(Double check before using as Open Street Maps it not 100%)
Water Point- Searches for amerinty=Drinking water(Prone to been miss labeled)
To create routes you drop way points in the center of the map, either auto or manual. Auto will follow paths and roads and so on, where manual will just connect a straight line between the points. Auto should be preferred, giving you much better distance accuracy, though with open street maps, data its not always faultless. If junctions are not connected or paths are missing this is where manual comes in. You can quick jump across the problem area and continue using auto again.
Save your route for viewing later or export a gpx file to share with other applications on your phone, like Ghostracer.
Open street map is built by a community of mappers. No right of way should be taken at 100 percent accuracy.
If there's a problem with the map then go fix it at Openstreetmaps.org and contribute. And get offroad.