23 Useful map mashups

Many people use Google Maps and other mapping sites to simply look for local business information. However, many developers have leveraged the APIs of thesse sites such as the Google Maps API to create highly useful mashups. Here, we present a list of 23 of the most useful mashups we’ve come across. We hope you find them useful. Did we miss one you think should be on here? Drop a comment and we just might add it.

Multiple Listing Service (MLS)

Search for commercial and real estate property based on various criteria such as price etc

Flickr Map

Displays geo-tagged photos uploaded to Flickr from around the world

WorldTaxiMeter

Computes taxi fairs from select cities such as Amsterdam, LA, NY, Madrid, Rome, Pairs, Toronto, Sydney, among other popular cities

BookTour

Add, find book events, such as signings and other promotions. Also includes widgets

Area Code Maps

Displays area codes in across the entire U.S.

Mapvivo

Lets you create, manage, and share a travel journal. Shows detailed information from trips, including comments along the route and geotagged photos

FastFoodMaps

Shows locations of popular fast food resturants in the U.S. such as McDonald’s, Burger King, Pizza Hut, Taco Bell, among others

Track This Now

Finds news around the world (or in certain countries) based on keywords. You can also embed the widget on your site

Hotspotr

Finds WiFi cafes and hotspots. You can filter the search based on free WiFi, good for working, cafes, among other settings. Hotspotr currently has more than 15,700 spots in more than 3,200 cities

TimeSpace

Lets you search articles, video, photos and commentary worldwide. It also includes a time line to refine items displayed

Where’s the path?

Displays both a footpath and satellite map view side by side. You simply search for a city, and then if available, choose the selected area covered from the drop down menu to the right of the search box. Not many areas are currently supported

Panedia

Displays geo-tagged panoramic photos. It currently supports the UK, USA, Japan, Australia, New South Wales, Tasmania, Northern Territory, Queensland, Victoria, South Australia, Australian Capital. Although not very many areas are supported, each is extensively covered

iMap Weather

Check the weather out easily from a fully functional map

NOAA Nautical Maps

Overlays NOAA nautical maps with Google Maps. Current coverage includes the Pacific (North America), the Gulf of Mexico, and parts the Atlantic U.S. coast (no Canadian coverage)

Drive Score

Ranks an address area you choose based on which amenities, stores, schools, hospitals, gyms, libraries, among other things are located in the neighborhood

Gruvr

Displays bands playing live at various venues within an specified area on the map

Mapdango

Lets you explore cities by displaying useful information on the map including Flickr photos, information from Wikipedia, YouTube videos, among other information

Real Time Satellite Tracking

Lets you track in real time various satellites orbiting the earth, including GPS, military, and even the Sirius Radio satellites

Google City Tours

Displays a preconfigured city tours based on attractions in a city you enter

World Time Zone Map and Converter

Lets you seamlessly create a conference call schedule by simply clicking locations on the map. Daylight savings is included. At a glance, you can see the local times for each location to easily schedule the most convenient time for the conference call

African Tourism Portal

A South African tour guide, you can pan through areas and see photos of various popular destinations

High-Yield Detonation Effects Simulator

Simulates the effected area of a nuclear bomb explosion

AntennaSearch

Displays the location of current and planning antenna cellular towers within four miles of an entered address. Great tool if you are worried about radiation levels in a new neighborhood you may be planning to move to. As you can see there is a significant amount of towers in the Brooklyn neighborhood below


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  • http://blog.reevestech.net/about/ Tad Reeves

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    The main one I was digging was MapVivo, as that looked like it would turn out to finally be a map mashup that I could really use for cross-country trips and such. Though, the one disappointment of it is that the KML import feature on the site will not overlay just any KML. To wit, I had used a tool to export my Flickr photos as KML (see http://blog.reevestech.net/2009/06/using-kml-to…), and then wanted to overlay these on a trip map. But, alas, the KML parser & implementation on this site would not let me do that.

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    The main one I was digging was MapVivo, as that looked like it would turn out to finally be a map mashup that I could really use for cross-country trips and such. Though, the one disappointment of it is that the KML import feature on the site will not overlay just any KML. To wit, I had used a tool to export my Flickr photos as KML (see http://blog.reevestech.net/2009/06/using-kml-to…), and then wanted to overlay these on a trip map. But, alas, the KML parser & implementation on this site would not let me do that.

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    The main one I was digging was MapVivo, as that looked like it would turn out to finally be a map mashup that I could really use for cross-country trips and such. Though, the one disappointment of it is that the KML import feature on the site will not overlay just any KML. To wit, I had used a tool to export my Flickr photos as KML (see http://blog.reevestech.net/2009/06/using-kml-to…), and then wanted to overlay these on a trip map. But, alas, the KML parser & implementation on this site would not let me do that.

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    The main one I was digging was MapVivo, as that looked like it would turn out to finally be a map mashup that I could really use for cross-country trips and such. Though, the one disappointment of it is that the KML import feature on the site will not overlay just any KML. To wit, I had used a tool to export my Flickr photos as KML (see http://blog.reevestech.net/2009/06/using-kml-to…), and then wanted to overlay these on a trip map. But, alas, the KML parser & implementation on this site would not let me do that.

  • http://blog.reevestech.net/about/ Tad Reeves

    The main one I was digging was MapVivo, as that looked like it would turn out to finally be a map mashup that I could really use for cross-country trips and such. Though, the one disappointment of it is that the KML import feature on the site will not overlay just any KML. To wit, I had used a tool to export my Flickr photos as KML (see http://blog.reevestech.net/2009/06/using-kml-to…), and then wanted to overlay these on a trip map. But, alas, the KML parser & implementation on this site would not let me do that.

  • http://blog.reevestech.net/about/ Tad Reeves

    The main one I was digging was MapVivo, as that looked like it would turn out to finally be a map mashup that I could really use for cross-country trips and such. Though, the one disappointment of it is that the KML import feature on the site will not overlay just any KML. To wit, I had used a tool to export my Flickr photos as KML (see http://blog.reevestech.net/2009/06/using-kml-to…), and then wanted to overlay these on a trip map. But, alas, the KML parser & implementation on this site would not let me do that.

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  • http://twitter.com/TomSieron TomSieron

    Hi Tad,
    Great to know that you digg MapVivo, I'm a co-founder. I'm sure we'll be able to add the KML support that you need – expect an email from me with details shortly. We're striving to provide a really usable, feature rich and yet simple travel journal and travel planner. We love getting feedback so please send your thoughts our way either at http://mapvivo.com/feedback or directly to me (skype: tom.sieron, twitter: mapvivo). Cheers.

  • http://twitter.com/TomSieron TomSieron

    Hi Tad,
    Great to know that you digg MapVivo, I'm a co-founder. I'm sure we'll be able to add the KML support that you need – expect an email from me with details shortly. We're striving to provide a really usable, feature rich and yet simple travel journal and travel planner. We love getting feedback so please send your thoughts our way either at http://mapvivo.com/feedback or directly to me (skype: tom.sieron, twitter: mapvivo). Cheers.

  • http://twitter.com/TomSieron TomSieron

    Hi Tad,
    Great to know that you digg MapVivo, I'm a co-founder. I'm sure we'll be able to add the KML support that you need – expect an email from me with details shortly. We're striving to provide a really usable, feature rich and yet simple travel journal and travel planner. We love getting feedback so please send your thoughts our way either at http://mapvivo.com/feedback or directly to me (skype: tom.sieron, twitter: mapvivo). Cheers.

  • http://twitter.com/TomSieron TomSieron

    Hi Tad,
    Great to know that you digg MapVivo, I'm a co-founder. I'm sure we'll be able to add the KML support that you need – expect an email from me with details shortly. We're striving to provide a really usable, feature rich and yet simple travel journal and travel planner. We love getting feedback so please send your thoughts our way either at http://mapvivo.com/feedback or directly to me (skype: tom.sieron, twitter: mapvivo). Cheers.

  • http://twitter.com/TomSieron TomSieron

    Hi Tad,
    Great to know that you digg MapVivo, I'm a co-founder. I'm sure we'll be able to add the KML support that you need – expect an email from me with details shortly. We're striving to provide a really usable, feature rich and yet simple travel journal and travel planner. We love getting feedback so please send your thoughts our way either at http://mapvivo.com/feedback or directly to me (skype: tom.sieron, twitter: mapvivo). Cheers.

  • http://blog.reevestech.net/about/ Tad Reeves

    Tom – thanks for the feedback. I appreciate the follow-up. I've actually had quite a few thoughts on this, so I'll put that together in a little post for you, as I had a couple of use cases for this that others might have as well, in terms of the workflow of being on a trip, adding photos, and integrating with other photo sources such as flickr or panoramio.

  • http://blog.reevestech.net/about/ Tad Reeves

    Tom – thanks for the feedback. I appreciate the follow-up. I've actually had quite a few thoughts on this, so I'll put that together in a little post for you, as I had a couple of use cases for this that others might have as well, in terms of the workflow of being on a trip, adding photos, and integrating with other photo sources such as flickr or panoramio.

  • http://blog.reevestech.net/about/ Tad Reeves

    Tom – thanks for the feedback. I appreciate the follow-up. I've actually had quite a few thoughts on this, so I'll put that together in a little post for you, as I had a couple of use cases for this that others might have as well, in terms of the workflow of being on a trip, adding photos, and integrating with other photo sources such as flickr or panoramio.

  • http://blog.reevestech.net/about/ Tad Reeves

    Tom – thanks for the feedback. I appreciate the follow-up. I've actually had quite a few thoughts on this, so I'll put that together in a little post for you, as I had a couple of use cases for this that others might have as well, in terms of the workflow of being on a trip, adding photos, and integrating with other photo sources such as flickr or panoramio.

  • http://blog.reevestech.net/about/ Tad Reeves

    Tom – thanks for the feedback. I appreciate the follow-up. I've actually had quite a few thoughts on this, so I'll put that together in a little post for you, as I had a couple of use cases for this that others might have as well, in terms of the workflow of being on a trip, adding photos, and integrating with other photo sources such as flickr or panoramio.

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    Let us know if we can help in any way.

    Thanks!

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  • http://www.psykoptic.com/ Darren

    Great article, and some there I didn't know about – the Detonation Effects Simulator is very cool.

    You might also want to take a look at imapflickr.com. Its a site that allows you to map geotagged flickr photosets or searches onto custom google maps. Finished maps can then be embedded into blogs or websites, without any complicated coding. Hope you like it :)

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    Wow! Google maps is really awesome, I've been looking at the API recently and there are so many possibilities.

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    But if you use Google Maps with Google Base together, the result is … explosion of possibilities.

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