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Yes, I'm newbie and I want to know How to implement OSM with iPhone in Xcode in offline map application

anyone please suggest me in this topic. Thanks :)

asked 27 Dec '10, 06:48

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Information about using OSM data and maps on an iPhone or similar devices can be found in the OSM wiki ... When you need more detailed information, please edit your original question and give us more details of your aim.

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answered 27 Dec '10, 16:41

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You should look at Route-Me or at CloudMade's iPhone API.

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answered 27 Dec '10, 19:10

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Hi Richard, I want to know CludMade is free or not ?

Thanks :-)

(05 Jan '11, 09:21) Chatchawal

I believe CloudMade's services are free but they reserve the right to deliver advertising with the map. (A paid-for version is also available.) But you can check on their website.

OSM cannot supply free-of-charge tiles to every app developer - we simply don't have the funds to subsidise the server and bandwidth costs. So you will probably need to look for a third-party provider such as CloudMade.

(05 Jan '11, 16:46) Richard ♦

Hi Richard, I found this site and I think CloudMade it's not free. What way I should do T_T

(07 Jan '11, 07:48) Chatchawal

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