Unlock the power of Apple Maps

Apple Maps is the best way to navigate and explore the world. MapKit lets you bring the world’s most detailed city experiences from Apple Maps to your apps and websites, all with a focus on privacy. And you can use the new Maps Server API to create more functional experiences across platforms.


Use MapKit to give your apps a sense of place. Load Apple Maps directly into app windows and views, add annotations and overlays to call out points of interest, and offer text-completion to make it easier for people to search for a destination.

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An iPhone displaying Apple Maps in 3D


Convert human-readable addresses to geographic coordinates and vice versa.

Look Around

Include interactive panoramas to provide street-level views.


Create custom annotations to call out a place, add user-friendly descriptions, and cluster groups of places.


Add overlays and blend modes to highlight geographic regions or paths.


Search the map for relevant locations nearby and provide automatic search completions based on users’ queries.

Selectable Map Features

Display a map that’s relevant to your users by filtering points of interest and search results, and by providing detailed information about locations.


Offer directions and travel times based on start and end points that users provide.

MapKit JS

MapKit JS lets you embed interactive maps directly into your websites across platforms and operating systems, including iOS and Android. Like MapKit for apps, you can also add annotations and overlays to the map to call out points of interest or user destinations.

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The new Maps Server API

Create efficiencies across platforms for a variety of Apple Maps features, such as geocoding, search, and estimated time of arrival. The new Maps Server API uses REST principles to increase performance, lower data usage, and improve battery life.

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