Map Suite for iOS Demos

Browse the sample applications below to see how the iOS was utilized to build professional grade mapping applications. Please check Map Suite for iOS for more information.

We are upgrading the samples in the App Store, please check them out later.

Getting Started

ThinkGeo's Map Suite for iOS makes it easy for you to add mapping functionality to your application quickly and efficiently. This sample shows some of the basic functionality. The Quick Start Guide will show you everything you need to know to start building your first app.


Customize your map's labels with the Map Suite for iOS. Take control of labeling the points, lines, shapes, and auto scaling of your customized labels.


Visualize your data with a variety of styles available in the Map Suite for iOS. Just a few of the styles available include filter styles, point cluster styles, ZedGraph, dot density renderers, heat styling and more.

Geometric Functions

Utilize geometric functions to manipulate and analyze features in a variety of ways. From basic area and distance measurements, to complex buffering, simplification and splitting you can add easily add more functionality to your mapping application.

Draw and Edit Features

Create and edit shapes on the map. By drawing and editing lines, polygons and points you can build up your own set of features within your application.

Site Selection

The Site Selection sample template allows you to view, understand, interpret, and visualize spatial data in many ways that reveal relationships, patterns, and trends. In the example illustrated, the user can apply the features of GIS to analyze spatial data to efficiently choose a suitable site for a new retail outlet.

US Earthquake Statistics

The Earthquake Statistics sample template is a statistical report system for earthquakes that have occurred in the past few years across the United States. It can help you generate infographics and analyze the severely afflicted areas, or used as supporting evidence when recommending measures to minimize the damage in future quakes.