Next generation Autocomplete is now available in Preview
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3M ago
The next generation of Autocomplete is now available in Preview, offering seamless integration with Address Validation, more intuitive pricing, and support for expanded place types from the new Places API. It’s available to all developers at no cost during Preview. Autocomplete builds on our recent launch of the new Places API, which offers new features in Text Search, Place Details and Photos, and Nearby Search, to make it easier for you to surface helpful information about the world in the products you build. What sets apart Google’s Autocomplete With Autocomplete, you can help your users q ..read more
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Building trust in crypto payments with Google Maps Platform
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3M ago
Editor’s note: Today’s blog post comes from Pavel Matveev, CEO and Co-Founder, Wirex. Wirex is on a mission to take crypto mainstream while offering customers clear insights into every transaction with Google Maps Platform. At Wirex, we’ve made it our mission to bring cryptocurrency into the mainstream. As the creator of the world’s first crypto-enabled payment card, we work directly with both Visa and MasterCard to allow our six million users to spend cryptocurrency with more than 50 million merchants around the world. And with our ‘cryptoback’ feature, users earn cryptocurrency every time t ..read more
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How Domino’s delivers pizza with the drop of a pin to almost anywhere
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Protect your business-critical Google Maps Platform workloads with Enhanced Support
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5M ago
As part of our efforts to offer a best-in-class support experience, we launched Enhanced Support for Google Maps Platform in 2023. For customers with business-critical mapping workloads, Enhanced Support includes weekend coverage, escalations, communication with highly trained Google support engineers, and support for complex data issues. “We’re happy to be able to now provide enterprise-grade support to organizations with mission-critical maps use cases,” says Jamie Erbes, Technical Customer Experience Director for Google Maps Platform. Enhanced Support provides enterprise development teams ..read more
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How LINE GO enables smooth, localized ride-hailing with Google Maps Platform
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5M ago
Editor’s note: Today’s blog post comes from Kevin Chan, Co-Founder & CEO, LINE GO and Hayden Huang, Co-Founder & CTO, LINE GO. LINE GO, a ride-hailing company in Taiwan, uses Google Maps Platform to enhance the convenience of its ride-hailing services and drivers' work efficiency. Ride-hailing applications are popular in Taiwan, but not all of them are able to perfectly meet local users’ and drivers’ needs. At LINE GO, we’ve been working on maximizing the convenience of our ride-hailing services by enabling localized features. In 2019, we started providing our ride-hailing service thr ..read more
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Next-generation of Cloud-based maps styling now generally available, with new zoom level customization and usability improvements
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Google Maps Platform SDKs for iOS now available through Swift Package Manager
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5M ago
Bringing the power of Google Maps Platform into an iOS app begins with loading the SDKs into your project. Today, we’re announcing new dependency management support through Swift Package Manager for the Maps, Places, and Navigation SDKs for iOS. With Xcode's integration of Swift Package Manager as the primary way to add packages to iOS projects, this enables easier maintenance of dependencies when using Google Maps Platform SDKs for iOS. The ability to install and maintain Google Maps Platform SDK dependencies through Swift Package Manager is one of the most common feature requests from devel ..read more
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Announcing the with Maps Hackathon Winners
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6M ago
In October, we partnered with Hack2skill to conduct the </Code> with Maps Hackathon in India. The challenge to hackathon participants was to build or expand an existing app to incorporate rich location experiences using Google Maps Platform APIs and SDKs to solve a problem relevant to India. More than 7,500 developers registered and their innovative projects covered a wide range of use cases. At demo day, finalists were scored along the following criteria: implementation, innovation, communication, and user experience. Ultimately, three teams won the top prizes. Here are their submissio ..read more
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Introducing React components for the Maps JavaScript API
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7M ago
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Advanced Markers, now available for iOS and Android: Easily customize your markers across platforms
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7M ago
The ability to customize Google markers ranks among our most requested features. In May, we made Advanced Markers generally available for the Maps JavaScript API and today we are announcing support for Android and iOS, enabling developers to build experiences that are consistent across platforms. Halloween themed markers to highlight and navigate between Points of Interest on mobile With Advanced Markers, you can create highly customized, faster performant markers to drive a richer user experience. You can customize the Google Maps pin using SVGs, PNGs, or native views (for Android) and U ..read more
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