Mashups using the same API (2568)
Like tinyurl, but for maps. Create a map, add routes or points of interest, and get a short URL to share it or come back to it later.
When you gotta go, but you want to find just the right place, then search here at Urinal.net. Lots of photos in the archive. Both US and international.
A window on the lives of Bristol folk, exploring quite literally the locations where people Live, Work, and Play, mapping the triangle of their lives across the city.
When it comes to map mashups there's no doubt that Google Maps leads the way. On ProgrammableWeb we list 1,964 Google Maps mashups, almost four times as many as any other API. This popularity makes utilities built on top of Google Maps especially interesting, such as this contextual menu control, which pops up a menu when the user right clicks.
When you gotta go, you gotta know: where’s the nearest toilet? SitOrSquat has been helping answer that question for several years. Now the SitOrSquat API will allow you to interface with the app's extensive database of public restrooms, replete with all kinds of meta data.
||1Map aims to provide basic GIS services to users throughout South Africa. At this stage, users can employ an address search in which multiple layers, including street addresses and stand numbers, can...||Mapping||04.02.2013|
||2GIS is a Russian search engine for companies. Searches can be performed by geographic location, and then displayed on a map, along with detailed company information. The 2GIS API can be used to...||Search||09.29.2011|
3.0 Trippin' in
||Trippin'in offers hourly changing (!) restaurant recommendations, nightlife recommendations, outdoors and attraction recommendations via API. They disrupt the Travel and local market by offering...||Travel||06.22.2013|
||3DGeoStats provides a three dimensional visualization of the earth showing user-defined statistical data. The Data shown is connected to geo coordinates and represented as light beams. The 3DGeoStats...||Mapping||02.26.2013|
511 Driving Times
||511 is the San Francisco Bay Areaâ€™s free traveler information service available on the phone by calling 511 and on the web at 511.org. The 511 service gives access to current traffic, transit,...||Transportation||01.13.2012|