Bing Maps

Bing Maps

With Bing Maps you can discover multiple locations and get transit, walking and driving directions when walking, driving a car or taking a train. Bing Maps offers live traffic data and traffic congestion alerts that allow you to plan trips and view the earth from satellite, aerial and street side imagery. Bing Maps is developed by Microsoft and can be used on mobile devices on the go, and on your desktop computer within all modern web browsers.

Alternatives to Bing Maps

Google Maps
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Google Maps

Google Maps is the worlds most popular mapping services. It offers satellite imagery, aerial photography, street maps, 360° interactive panoramic views of streets, real-time traffic conditions, and route planning for traveling by foot, car, bicycle, air and public transportation. Google Maps is available on the web and as native experiences on mobile devices.

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Google Earth
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Google Earth

With Google Earth you can discover the world through superimposing satellite images, aerial photography, and GIS data mapped onto a 3D browsable globe. Google Earth allows users to see and navigate cities, landscapes and roads across the globe.

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Waze
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Waze

Waze is a GPS navigation application used by over 130 million people worldwide. With Waze you can get driving directions, traffic reports and orginize carpools. By riding together with others, or selecting the right route with the live traffic map and road block alters you can save money while traveling from A to B. Waze works on both your smartphone and tablet, and can be used for free.

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Mapbox
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Mapbox

An open source mapping platform with that can be used for software projects. Mapbox provides and APIs and SKDs to integrate location into any mobile or web application. Companies like Foursquare, Lonely Planet, Facebook, Financial Times, The Weather Channel and Snapchat utilize Mapbox to create custom maps for their applications.

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OpenStreetMap
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OpenStreetMap

OpenStreetMap is free and open-source community-driven project to create editable maps for the world. The project provides data geolocation data about roads, trails, businesses, railway stations, air ports and much more. The data provided by the community and OpenStreetMap is free to use for any software project that requires maps, as long as you credit the project and its contributors.

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MapQuest
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MapQuest

Find locations across the globe with MapQuest. It's a navigation and maps application and website that can help you with driving directions, maps, live traffic updates and road conditions or finding nearby businesses, restaurants and hotels.

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OsmAnd
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OsmAnd

OsmAnd is a map and navigation application for Android and iOS that uses data from OpenStreetMap. OsmAnd provides offline navigation of maps and tools to better track them. Features provided found in the OsmAnd application include viewing points of interest, creating and managing GPX tracks, using contour lines visualization and altitude info, a choice between car navigation, cycle navigation or directions in the pedestrian mode, and OSM editing.

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MAPS.ME
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MAPS.ME

MAPS.ME provides offline maps of the whole world. The application is used by over 140 million travelers worldwide to get fast, detail maps with turn-by-turn navigation capabilities.

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Apple Maps
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Apple Maps

Apple Maps is an app native to the macOS and iOS eco system. The application comes pre-installed with all Macintosh computers, iPhones and iPads. With Apple Maps, you can navigate through the world with the help of directions and the use of maps.

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Yandex.Maps
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Yandex.Maps

Yandex.Maps provides detail maps of the whole world. It's the most popular mapping service in Russia, developed by the internet giant Yandex which. It serves over 20 million users worldwide every month, which use the application to find locations and get travel directions for driving, walking and commuting with public transport.

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Qwant Maps
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Qwant Maps

Qwant Maps is a map and navigation service that respects your privacy. With Qwant Maps you can easily find places like restaurants, hotels, supermarkets, bars and other service providers in your area. Qwant Maps is developed by the French company Qwant SAS and is avalible as a global service. The data found on Qwant Maps is reproduces and adapted from OpenStreetMap and is made available to users under the Open Data Commons Open Database License (ODbL).

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