1. Floren
    GNOME Maps began development during the GNOME 3.10 cycle and going ahead for GNOME 3.14 and beyond are some ambitious plans to make this open-source OpenStreetMap-powered JavaScript application more like Google Maps in its abilities.

    Going forward, there's plans for GNOME Maps to work on route search support using GraphHopper, support for locating nearby points of interest, contact data integration within Maps, Facebook and Foursquare integration support, improvements to Map markers, and support for GNOME Maps to communicate with other apps like GNOME Weather and GNOME Clocks.