The Google Maps Geocoding API provides programmatic access to geocoding and reverse geocoding services for addresses. Geocoding converts addresses to geographic coordinates, and reverse geocoding converts coordinates to human-readable addresses. Developers can also use this API to find the address of a given place ID. A place ID is a unique identifier that is used with Google APIs
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04-05-18 16:01:29[SDK] Google Maps Objective-C SDK updated with Related API Google Maps Geocoding
04-05-18 15:54:26[SDK] Google Maps NodeJS SDK updated with Related API Google Maps Geocoding
04-05-18 15:47:48[SDK] Google Maps Go SDK updated with Related API Google Maps Geocoding
04-05-18 15:41:05[SDK] Google Maps Python SDK updated with Related API Google Maps Geocoding
04-05-18 14:21:19[SDK] Google Maps Java SDK updated with Related API Google Maps Geocoding