Map Tiles for interactive online maps based on data by OpenStreetMap contributors with labels in English, French or Spanish.
Geocoding is the process of converting addresses (like "1600 Amphitheatre Parkway, Mountain View, CA") into geographic coordinates (like latitude 37.423021 and longitude -122.083739), which you can use to place markers on a map, or position the map.
Find nearest or largest city information or timezone for any given point location (latitude/longitude). The reverse geocode API back "reverse" codes any GPS location point into nearest or largest readable places with county, city, distance and population.
Telize offers a JSON IP and GeoIP REST API allowing to get a visitor IP address and to query location information from any IP address. It outputs JSON-encoded IP geolocation data, and supports both Cross-origin resource sharing (CORS) and JSONP.
Worldwide forward and reverse address geocoding. Uses multiple geocoders, based on open data.
The Geolocation API allows the user to provide their location to web applications if they so desire. For privacy reasons, the user is asked for permission to report location information.
Find the largest or nearest city or nearest street address to a latitude and longitude location with reverse geocoding APIs.
A reverse geocoding application programming interface (API) is a web service. It enables developers to add to their mapping applications reverse geocoding features. The end-user will be able to search a latitude and longitude location and obtain the exact street address or largest or nearest city.
An API reverse geocoding web service uses endpoints to receive requests and return responses. The API service provider issues an API key to the developer. The key tracks the number of requests made to the service.
APIs for reverse geocoding are for developers that want to quickly add reverse geocoding functionality to their applications without having to learn the complete code or write it out.
Businesses in the mapping industry including GPS software manufacturers, supply chain logistics, delivery companies, tourism, and others also will find APIs with reverse geocoding helpful.
An API for reverse geocoding is important because the latitude and longitude of an area remain the same. This makes it a reliable way to locate streets, landmarks, and other places.
When businesses deliver products or bill a commercial customer, knowing just the street address may not be sufficient. The customer may have several buildings on the commercial property, one for administration, another for accepting deliveries, and another for packaging. Having the precise building address for the latitude and longitude location may help avoid confusion and expedite delivery processes.
Developers can expect to bring their interactive mapping applications to market faster when they use APIs for reverse geocoding. Businesses can expect to get more accurate and detailed responses to their queries.
RapidAPI’s Marketplace lists several free APIs. Reverse Geocoding and Geolocation Service by Noggle is a free API that allows developers to embed the functionality to locate the largest city or nearest one to the latitude to longitude location.
Another free reverse geocoding API is Opencage Geocoder by Opencage. In addition, to reverse geocoding, the API can look up the street address and obtain the latitude and longitude of that location (forward geocoding.)
All Reverse Geocoding APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:
Just select your preference from any API endpoints page.
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