Mapbox is a mapping platform for developers. Building blocks make it easy to integrate location into any mobile or online application. Mapbox is the foundation for other platforms, letting enterprises analyze their data, drone companies publish flyovers, real estate sites visualize properties, satellite companies process cloud-free imagery, and insurance companies track assets.
Etsy Local connects shoppers with Etsy sellers participating in craft fairs and local markets in their area. Shoppers search the map to see where Etsy sellers are setup, all on a custom Mapbox map the perfectly fits Etsy's great brand.
The Financial Times, one of the leading business news organizations, utilizes Mapbox's data and Mapbox Studio to create an elegant basemap with all the right details. It provides the foundation for visualizing a wide range of timely data to their global readership.
Foursquare helps millions of people get the most out of where they are with location-based recommendations, special deals, and check-ins displayed on an eye-catching map. With Mapbox's vector tile data, their custom global map can scale to unlimited traffic, yet continously stay up-to-date with OpenStreetMap.
GitHub, the top site for sharing open source code, offers its users a visual representation of GeoJSON files hosted on its site. The data is rendered over a minimally-styled custom basemap, highlighting the users' data.
City Guides is an iOS app for in-depth travel planning for four of the world's most iconic cities – London, Paris, Rome, and New York. An understated map integrates seamlessly with the app's sleek design, thanks to the Mapbox iOS SDK.
Pinterest's Place Boards combine the beautiful imagery of a travel magazine with the utility of an interactive map that you can share with friends. The map features a unique hand-drawn style made possible with our powerful Mapbox Studio styling tool.
Use the Roadtrippers app to plan your next trip – pitstops and offbeat detours included. Featuring a bold, graphic style and our Smart Directions routing, their map helps you discover both where you want to go and how to get there.
Scoot is a growing scooter-sharing service, with 100 electric scooters in San Francisco. Using Smart Directions, Scoot riders are routed around steep hills, kept off highways, and even steered clear of streets with cable cars – with alternative routes given where convenient.
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