To download from iTunes click here (redirect to iTunes).
NOSTRA is free. To download from iTunes click here (redirect to iTunes).
There are at least 4 options worth mentioning:
PAPAGO I M8 Thailand (USD 24.99)
The order listed above, has nothing to do with my preferences 😉
New PROMO from Garmin: Street Pilot app for iPhone for USD 19,99!
To buy, go directly to iTunes store on Apple website or search from “App Store” on your iPhone or in iTunes.
Garmin StreetPilot Thailand consists of routable, detailed map of Thailand with thousands of POI. To read more description visit iTunes Sotre
Free Thailand Map for iPad and iPhone
NOSTRA (the same map provider as for our Garmin devices), introduced FREE map for Thailand compatible with iPhone (optimized for iPhone 5), iPad and iPod Touch.
There have been some complaints, but…it’s a very detailed map for Thailand and it’s completely free. Provides routing and over 830,000 points of interest (hotels, bars, restaurants, gas stations, etc.)
Available in two languages: Thai and English.
You can install it directly from your device by clicking “App Store” icon. Then search for NOSTRA.
Related Links: NOSTRA Map for Thailand
Map included in this app, covers China, Hong Kong and Macau and supports PhotoReal Junction View and 3D buildings, lane assist, location sharing to SMS, traffic conditions, turn-by-turn directions and more.
Language – Chinese, but also includes: English, Indonesian, Malay, and Thai. Size: 521 MB. I thought that just the map for China will be over 1 GB.
Compatible devices: iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (4th and 5th), iPad (iOS 4.0 or later).
To purchase the app, go to iTunes in your browser: http://itunes.apple.com/ph/app/garmin-china/id552285382?mt=8 or start iTunes on your computer and search for “Garmin China”.
Just came across this one (I think not planned “leak” from Garmin 🙂 ):
Taken from new Garmin fenix (GPS watch) description:
” A Basecamp mobile app allows users to transfer waypoints and tracklogs to view them on a more detailed map and larger screen of select smartphones.”
Whenever I try to click  it doesn’t take me anywhere.
Anyway, it sounds interesting and very possible, especially that the fenix comes with ANT capabilities and Bluetooth. I think fenix is a very tentative device, now even more if it’ll possible to share details with my iPhone while on hike. It’s much smaller and lighter than any of the handhelds. So really more suitable for adventurers. Wondering only about reception in difficult conditions like somewhere in the jungle. Will it be really possible to replace 62s or eTrex 30? Doubt it.
Any thoughts, ideas about the BaseCamp app?
GARMIN RELEASED iPHONE NAV APPLICATION WITH THAI MAP
The application supports menu in English, Thai, Chinese and Malay. It consists of preloaded NAVTEQ map covering Thailand (only; some other available from iTunes). It supports dual languages on map: English and Thai, and also:
Compatible with iPhone 3GS,4 and 4S. Also: iPod touch (3rd and 4th Generation) and iPad. Size: 488 MB. Price: USD 19.99 (promo until 8 July, 2012)
Related links: iTunes Garmin Thailand app
The app makes good impression at first. But truly I don’t think it will replace my nuvi while navigating in Bangkok where decision must be made quickly. iPhone tends to delay display of current position. Easy to notice after a turn (still showing previous driving direction).
Still it’s nice to have it just in case ;). iPhone car charger highly recommended – the GPS drain the battery really quickly.