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Google Maps is a web mapping service developed by Google. It offers satellite imagery, aerial photography, street maps, 360° interactive panoramic views of streets (Street View), real-time traffic conditions, and route planning for traveling by foot, car, bicycle and air (in beta), or public transportation. In 2020, Google Maps was used by over 1 billion people every month.
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1.Build maps experiences throughout the world
Give users the same high-quality Google Maps experiences they know and love in over 200 countries and territories. Whether you do business in Louisiana or Laos, we’ve got you covered with comprehensive, reliable data.
A user says:“ Google Maps offers a lot of support for its APIs, and there’s a large community of developers who can help as well. Google does maps best. Choosing it was an obvious choice.”
Deliver great experiences all over the globe
Whether you’re expanding your ridesharing operations into Australia or deploying a two-wheeler service in India, we’ve got you covered with detailed, high-quality data for urban areas and cities around the globe. Give your drivers and customers the Google Maps experience they know and love with routes that cover 40 million miles of roads in over 200 countries and territories.
Go the first step with right direction
The first step with right direction gets ahead of others in the following steps. You don’t have to worry about missing an illegible ramp exit any more. Fine navigation and lane guidance will escort you all the way.
Help your drivers get from point A to Z faster and safer
Give your drivers seamless experiences by integrating turn-by-turn navigation powered by Google Maps right into your app. Instead of having to switch back and forth between apps, drivers efficiently control their queue and see passenger info all in one place, making it easier to manage rides and get to where they’re going. Drivers can rely on the Google Maps experience they’re used to, including intuitive turn-by-turn navigation, route overviews, lane level guidance, and voice support. And because Google Maps reroutes based on real-time traffic, drivers can complete trips faster and get more rides in.
Improve your operations by interacting with drivers in real time
When drivers are able to stay in your app as they navigate to a destination, you can send them alerts and notifications, add trips on the fly, and get a better overall look at their navigation behavior. With more data and better control, you can optimize resources and routes, decreasing idle time for your drivers, improving wait times for your customers, and creating efficiencies for your business.
Give your finger a break
All you need to do is to save your home and office addresses in Google Maps, and the system will automatically fill them in as you type, speeding up your search. You can also allow the Google Maps app to access your Android and iPhone address books to quickly find saved addresses.
Google Maps for Android and iOS devices was released in September 2008 and features GPS turn-by-turn navigation along with dedicated parking assistance features. In August 2013, it was determined to be the world's most popular app for smartphones, with over 54% of global smartphone owners using it at least once.