|This map will soon be discontinued and boydsmaps.com will phase out all downloadable maps during 2021. They offer a poor experience on Garmin devices due to restrictions the company has placed on their “custom map” format which constrains them to only one zoom level of limited size. And Mobile Atlas Creator/Java installation is just too difficult and problematic. To use your Android phone or iPhone as a GPS with Boyd’s Maps (and more), install the free boydsmaps web app, currently available in beta. Just go to mobile.boydsmaps.com on your phone to get started!|
2017 aerial imagery covering New York City and Long Island at three foot per pixel resolution (level 17) from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Agriculture Imagery Program (NAIP). The original imagery was filmed by the USDA-FSA Aerial Photography Field Office during the growing season. It was originally captured in 20,000 pixel strips from twin engine turboprop aircraft flying at an altitude of approximately 16,500 feet above mean terrain and it has a horizontal accuracy of plus or minus five meters.
This map is provided in a universal format that uses Mobile Atlas Creator, a free open source program running on Windows, Macintosh and Linux computers. Mobile Atlas Creator allows you to select any portion of the map and export it to your favorite iOS and Android apps, desktop software, Garmin handheld GPS devices and more. An included tutorial, written for beginners, will walk you through each step of installing and using the software.
Mobile Atlas Creator for Macintosh
Garmin Basecamp for Macintosh
CompeGPS Land for Windows
Google Earth Pro for Windows
Magellan VantagePoint for Windows
Garmin Basecamp for Windows
Mobile Atlas Creator for Windows
OziExplorer for Windows
OruxMaps for Android
Guru (Galileo) Maps for Android
Note: The Mobile Atlas Creator tutorial included in this download is old. The new 62-page version has better installation instructions, more app tutorials and other improvements! Click here for Boyd’s new Mobile Atlas Creator Tutorial (revised 3-14-19)