Raster Maps either too Small or Blurred
Problem: On modern high-resolution devices most raster maps need to be zoomed to be readable, which in return makes them look blurry, which also reduces readability. Ergo, zooming or not zooming both lead to hard to read maps.
Am I right to assume that this is a problem for most users (with high-res devices)?
Is there already a way to solve this in Locus? If so, why not fix it by default? The high DPI feature doesn't fix it for me, and probably I am not the only one.
Idea: Use a lower zoom level of the map right from the start, e.g. Locus app zoom level -1 (instead of 14 use the z13 tiles). This way the text on the tiles were to be bigger and zooming thus unnecessary. If my thinking here is wrong, please correct me. Would zoom levels then be out of sync with other map data, e.g. other maps/overlays?
How could this problem be solved? Banish raster maps altogether and use only vector maps? Re-render raster? Apply sharpen filter? ... In any case, I think this should be solved, since it harms the overall look and feel of Locus - blurry images just look cheap.