Thematic Maps of World


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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


7 thoughts on “Thematic Maps of World

  1. What a nice apli is this!

    I may be useful for geography education.
    How did you make this maps? Did you use anything GIS software?
    I was very interested in your tecnology.
    I am high school geography teacher.

  2. 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

  3. Jake Swanson says:


    I’m writing a review of various iPhone apps for students and would love to include Thematic Maps of the World. The review is for the Babson College student newspaper. I write about things in the tech world that would be relevant to students, such as Google Voice and Pandora & The iPhone is incredibly popular out here in Boston; my last column covered some of the news apps available like NPR, CNN, WSJ, FT, etc. As a “coming back from the summer” article, I will be covering some apps to help students with the beginning of the school. Readership will be about 3000. Can you offer me a promo code to help out?

    Jake Swanson

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  5. Dear Seung-Bin,

    My name is Jesus Reyes and the reason of this letter is that I would like to ask you for a permission letter to use tow screen shots of your apps “Thematic Maps of World” and “History: Maps of World” made on the iTunes Webstore. I would like to use the screen shots in the Figure 1 of the introduction of a paper entitled “Smartphone-based school atlases”, which I shall present during the 26th International Cartographic Conference and will be also included in a special issue of the Cartographica journal during the conference.
    If you gree to my request, please notify me using my e-mail address below.
    Thank you so much in advance.
    Best regards,

    Jesus Reyes

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