Route-Me is an open source map library that runs natively on iOS. It's designed to look and feel much like the built-in iOS map library, but it's entirely open, and works with any map source.
MapBox users might be interested in the MapBox fork, which includes lots of MapBox specific additions to Route-Me.
As Route-Me is undergoing some significant changes, the recommended course of action is to clone a copy of the repository:
Or, download the trunk.
Then, update the submodules (only FMDB at the moment):
git submodule update --init
See the 'samples' subdirectory for usage examples.
There are three subdirectories - MapView, Proj4, and samples. Proj4 is a support class used to do map projections. The MapView project contains only the route-me map library. "samples" contains some ready-to-build projects which you may use as starting points for your own applications, and also some engineering test cases.
samples/ProgrammaticMap are the best places to look, to see how to embed a Route-Me map in your application.
See LicenseRouteMe.txt for license details. In any app that uses the Route-Me library, include the following text on your "preferences" or "about" screen: "Uses Route-Me map library, (c) 2008-2012 Route-Me Contributors". Your data provider will have additional attribution requirements.
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RMMapView and RMMapContents have been merged into one file
The map uses an UIScrollView with a CATiledLayer for better performance
Tile cache refactoring
Tile source refactoring
Support for tile sources with multiple layers (e.g. OpenSeaMap)
Support for multiple tile sources on the map
Numerous performance improvements
Markers have been refactored into a MKMapView-like system, with annotations and on-demand markers
Automatic annotation clustering
Snapshots from the map
Requires at least iOS 4.0 and Xcode 4.3