Join vector maps with Google Maps. Change the default Google Map look by importing thousands of map styles from SnazzyMaps.
Draw a vector image in Adobe Illustrator, Inkscape or any other vector graphics software and overlay the image on Google Map.
Use MapSVG drawing tools to add clickable areas on a jpeg/png image.
Create objects with custom fields: people, locations, events, real estate properties or anything else. Import large data sets from a CSV file. Use built-in template and CSS editors to set up the look of your content on the front-end.
Convert numbers in custom fields to colors on the map. Show statistical information and visualize your data.
Turn any vector file into an interactive map
Use plain Google Maps or with added vector overlays.
Add interactivity to any raster image.
Color parts of a country with different colors depending on your data.
Create any kind of objects and show them on your map.
Text, textarea, image, select, multiselect, radio, checkbox, date, wp-post
Attach images to objects and map regions. Different image sizes are created automatically: thumbnail, medium, full.
Import large data sets from a CSV file.
Split data loaded to your map into pages.
Add location markers simply by entering an address. Upload your own marker images.
Show 1000 markers all at once without pagination.
Show a list of custom objects or map regions near your map.
Add filters by custom fields, filter by distance.
Do a text search by any field.
Full control of the look of your content on the front-end.
Extend functionality with your own JS code by using MapSVG API.
Fine-tune map styles in built-in CSS editor.
Map layout automatically changes on mobile devices.