Reverse Geocoding with Google Maps
Internally, the tool uses the Geocoding features of Google Maps to find the address of a particular point. When you drag the marker, the geographic coordinates of that place are passed to the Geocoding API of Google Maps which then translates the location coordinates into a human-readable physical address.
- Type the city name, partial postal address or even the zip code in the search box and hit Enter to quickly jump to any particular region on the map.
- Put the latitude and longitude values into Google Earth to know the date when the satellite images were taken.
- Copy-paste the latitude and longitude values of a place from Google Maps into Bing Maps, switch to the Aerial views and compare the satellite imagery.
This tool was created by Amal Vijay Thachancode for .