History:Maps of United States


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History:Maps Series is the best way to see and learn historical geography.

If you are interested in history and geography (history teacher, student or amateur history researcher), check it out to keep with your history and learn something about history.


“Explore the world through interactive maps illustrating geopolitical and geographic shifts over time. Users peruse the various cartographies and read up on the historical (or, as the case may be, scientific) significance of each major change through text and ”in the future” other media.”

– Edudemic, The 16 Apps And Tools Worth Trying This Year

“History and geography (duh) collide on this very popular resource, which provides access to maps past and present so users can watch how borders and projections shift over time.”

– Edudemic, 50 Must-Download Apps For Lifelong Learners

“History:Maps of the world should be used by every history teacher. This just has so much information on it, and could help elementary all the way up to college students. If I was a history teacher, I would definitely love to have this, because it saves me the time to find all the maps needed for he curriculum.”

– ArjanL774’s App Reviews


12 thoughts on “History:Maps of United States

  1. Seungbin says:

    Hello Eugene,
    Thank you for your attention.

    I intend to develop about maps of European History, as you wish.
    As soon as possible, I will upload.

    Thank you.

  2. John-Mark Stensvaag says:

    Seungbin . . .

    I may want to purchase the U.S. maps, because I am currently reading a book about the American Revolution, including the siege of Boston. Do you have a more complete list of the maps in your program–or at least a more complete list of the categories of maps, so I can figure out whether this would suit my needs? It is hard to tell by simply looking at the app store’s few pages of pictures. If you have the right kinds of maps, I would definitely be happy to purchase the program, but if it doesn’t have the maps that are useful for the American Revolution, I would want to pass for now.

    Thanks, and have a great day!


    • Seungbin says:

      Hello John-Mark.

      Thank you for your attention.
      Following your opinion, I will post full maps list sooner or later.

      Thank you.

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  4. Dirk Palmer says:

    I was wondering if you had any plans to allow for projecting the maps from an iPad through a projector. I am history teacher and like many of the maps of the world. I would easily buy more but if I can’t project them, they are of no use to me in the classroom.

    Also, have you thought about animating maps of specific battles or of overall war strategies? Again, that would be awesome during a lecture to give a moving visual of what I was teaching that day.


  5. Edward Turner says:


    I was just checking out your app in the App Store. Congrats, looks pretty good.

    Happy with your sales so far?

    I’ve been working with some app developers the last few months, and I’ve learned that there’s two aspects that you need to focus on to be really successful selling apps in iTunes. I’d be happy to share what I’ve learned if you’re interested. Just let me know and I’ll send you a quick overview. (I’m not trying to sell you information, just don’t want to bother you if you’re not interested in what I have to share.)

    Best of luck,
    Ed Turner

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  7. James Reid says:

    I have downloaded map of the world. Would you please show me a few examples of your search option. With search I get an empty list.

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