Google Maps is a revolutionary program conceptualized by two Danish brothers Lars and Jens Rasmussen and matured under the mastery of Google. An aggregation of assorted features has enabled Google Maps to become one of the most sought after mapping, navigation and route planner tool. Google Map provides a unique location-searching proposition that helps guide people to the correct destination within the optimal time, cost and effort. Users can intuitively change and alter destination while gauging the present traffic status.
Navigate your world with Google Maps and help potential customers reach your store venue without any hassles whatsoever. Google Maps provides precise direction, satellite images, as well as real-time traffic updates, road congestions, turns and bends, elevations, weather conditions, estimated cost and transport options. Google Maps provides ideal solutions for individuals as well as businesses to create a mark on the map. Track real-time traffic conditions, change the destination or create an alternate gateway route.
Google Maps packs multiple features along with navigational abilities. Google Maps API integration into the website can be cumbersome for business users, especially if he/she lacks programing skills. Currently, Google offers a free standard API and another premium API. The API is available for the major platforms as well as for web. If users are well adept with programming and know their way in and out of code then this might provide a fun exercise but things can go wrong as well. Some business users go to the extent of hiring professional programmers to get the job done, thereby incurring an unnecessary cost overhead. Well, we have a simple solution.
Embedding Google Maps on the other hand is a much easier process.
Google Maps don’t just provide location details for offices, and restaurants. It also serves the clubs and different other associations that may or may not be immensely popular. Google Maps also lists events, which are taking place on a particular calendar day. You could create a location pin and choose to display all those brilliant feedbacks and ratings received from host of happy customers you had. The moment the user hovers over your location pin, pictures pop out and show feedbacks of your store or venue.
Google Maps uses images from satellites as well as stitches images that are available from panoramic cameras used by pedestrians. It also uses real time analytics to see how vehicles and pedestrians move and the path they take to traverse through to their destination. Google Maps provides the exact and detailed data for a location. The 3D digital globe can also be used on your website. Google Transit, when coupled with the Mapping interface could achieve sheer brilliance. Transport schedules, fare estimates, cost comparisons, optimum distance calculation, shortest route and time estimates for flights/car/bicycle or even walks. You get it all right on the map.