Our map styles have detailed data at every zoom level.
And they render with the speed and smoothness of a video game.
Boston to Melbourne
Data dashboards for developers
The Mapbox Mobile dashboard gives developers an understanding of how, when, and where people use their apps. For the first time, developers will be able to identify regional popularity trends as they happen.
Beautiful open data
Our maps improve as people use them. Apps using our mobile SDK send location data to Mapbox — the little signals of latitude and longitude points that your phone generates. Processing location data is a key part of how we’re making an amazing map. Aggregated data helps us add new roads, show traffic flows, calculate biking routes, and estimate your time of arrival in a car.
The iOS and Android SDKs are 100% open source, licensed under BSD, with all development and discussions happening on GitHub. We built Mapbox Mobile (also called Mapbox GL, due to its OpenGL heritage) in C++14 using OpenGL ES 2.0, the subset of OpenGL supported by mobile devices. We’ve packaged it with first-class native APIs for Objective-C and Swift, and Java bindings for Android are in the works.
We’re just getting started. In the coming weeks, we’ll be adding support for shape annotations and offline maps while we continually work to optimize performance, stability, and energy use. Our style editor and metrics platform enhancements will launch this summer. Stay close to the action on GitHub — everything happens in the open.
is the CEO of Mapbox, where he coordinates product and business development. Eric has been with the team since the start and splits his time working on projects in San Francisco and Washington DC.
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