Our code is published under the Mozilla Public License. As an open source license ensures collaboration & sharing.
Empowered by OpenStreetMap
OpenStreetMap (OSM) is a collaborative open data powered project to create a free editable map of the world. We use data from this amazing project to help you navigate the city.
The decision making proces for new features, but also the development of the platform is done by the growing CityZen project community.
Privacy by design
When you use CityZen your data are fetched directly form OpenStreetMap. This means we don’t keep any of your data in our servers and respect your privacy.
CityZen uses Hosted Weblate, an open source localization platform to provide localization for the entire project. You can contribute there by signing up for a new account or use your existing GitHub account to log in.
In October, almost tree months after the app was released, we started working on the translation process of the user interface. As a open source upholder we wanted the localizations' platform that will be used for translation, to be open source too.