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We're the mapping platform for thousands of websites and apps, from social networks, to media outlets, to environmental analysis. Here are a few outstanding examples.

Mozilla

Mozilla's maps utilize their subtle colors, typography and design and fit seamlessly into Mozilla's web site. Keeping with Mozilla's open source culture, all maps are based on OpenStreetMap data and Vector Tiles to implement custom design that loads fast at high traffic.

MapBox Streets
MapBox JavaScript API
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Le Monde

Le Monde is one of France's largest newspapers and they rely on Mapbox to provide a basemap for visualizing news stories. With Mapbox, they were able to customize their map with a unique color scheme and French-language labels.

Multilingual Maps
Mapbox JavaScript API
Mapbox Streets
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Evernote

Evernote 5 for Mac features the new Atlas view, which helps users organize their notes by geocoding and then displaying them on top of a customized version of Mapbox Streets.

Geocoding with Mapbox Places
Mapbox Streets
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Financial Times

The Financial Times utilizes Mapbox's vector tiles and robust customization to employ a gorgeous basemap that complements their unique aesthetic. It provides the foundation for visualizing data to their global readership.

Mapbox Streets
Mapbox JavaScript API
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USA Today

USA Today's election platform included a full screen dashboard, a smart phone and tablet app, and embeddable widgets. It successfully handled massive traffic spikes as users around the world awaited election results in realtime.

Mapbox Mobile
Mapbox Terrain
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Hipmunk

Hipmunkā€™s hotel search uses a fullscreen map for exploring neighborhoods by their personality and location, perfect if you're looking for someplace exciting to stay, or just somewhere convenient.

Mapbox Streets
Mapbox web services
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National Park Service

The National Park Service has a long standing cartographic tradition and continued that vision online with Park Tiles, a beautiful, highly customized set of maps built with TileMill and hosted on Mapbox.

TileMill
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InfoAmazonia

InfoAmazonia brings important news and environmental maps from the struggling Amazon Rainforest on issues ranging from deforestation to extractive industries to indigenous issues.

TileMill
Mapbox JavaScript API
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Good Eggs

Good Eggs is a service for discovering and ordering fresh locally-grown foods. They use Mapbox maps to help shoppers find pickup locations and request deliveries.

Mapbox Streets
Mapbox JavaScript API
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GitHub

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 Mapbox basemap, bringing the users' data to the fore and helping to make it more visual.

Mapbox Streets
Mapbox web services
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NPR

The Digital Media team at NPR uses TileMill and U.S. Census data to render beautiful maps of population change down to the tract level.

TileMill
Mapbox Streets
Mapbox JavaScript API
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Direct Me NYC 1940

The New York Public Library Labs features freshly digitized 1940s telephone directories from NYC to help users navigate histories in the newly released 1940 Federal Census.

TileMill
Mapbox Streets
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The Washington Post

The Washington Post uses Mapbox maps to build many fantastic interactive visualizations, including this map of gun recoveries within the District.

TileMill
Mapbox JavaScript API
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Pew Research

The Pew Research Center supplements their reports with data overlays from TileMill to visualize key points and highlight trends.

TileMill
Mapbox Streets
HTML embeds
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Bass Pro Shops

Bass Pro Shops MyGuide lets outdoors enthusiasts take advantage of Mapbox Streets terrain coverage and offline map caching to save and share their favorite spots.

Mapbox Streets
Mapbox iOS SDK
Offline caching
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The Guardian

The Guardian plots the London 2012 Olympic torch route across the UK in an interactive map for its readers.

TileMill
Mapbox web services
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Slate Magazine

Partnering with The New America Foundation, Slate uses maps to highlight data relevant to the latest issues in the news.

TileMill
HTML embeds
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FCC

The FCC visualizes big data of broadband availability in the United States and areas that lack coverage using TileMill and Mapbox.

TileMill
HTML embeds
Mapbox web services
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Tripomatic

When they needed offline map capability for their hot, new travel planning app for iOS, Tripomatic chose Mapbox.

Mapbox Streets
Mapbox iOS SDK
Offline caching
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The Silent History

The Silent History is a new form of digital fiction that ties in the reader's physical location in order to enhance the storytelling experience.

Mapbox Streets
Mapbox iOS SDK
Offline caching
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1940s New York

The Center for Urban Research at CUNY gives visitors a glimpse into New York City in the 1940s.

TileMill
Mapbox Streets
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Little Snitch

Little Snitch helps you monitor all of the network traffic into and out of your computer. Now, with Mapbox, it can help you change your monitoring settings based on your laptop's location.

Mapbox Streets
Mapbox JavaScript API
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Moves

Moves automatically records any walking, cycling and running that you do, showing it in an innovative timeline made with Mapbox maps, indicating the length of time that you've spent in any one place.

Mapbox Streets
Static map API
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City Guides by National Geographic

City Guides is an app for in-depth travel planning for four of the world's most iconic cities -- London, Paris, Rome, and New York. It features a gorgeous custom look that wouldn't have been possible without the Mapbox iOS SDK.

Mapbox Streets
Mapbox iOS SDK
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Morning

Morning makes your daily routine easier than ever before. Keep track of appointments, get a weather forecast or, with Mapbox maps, plan your commute, all with a beautiful, minimalist interface.

Mapbox Streets
Mapbox iOS SDK
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Congress

Congress for iOS by the Sunlight Foundation is an open source app for exploring US Congressional activity, from reading profiles of members of Congress, to learning about bill activity to, with the help of Mapbox, exploring district boundaries. Congress empowers its users to engage with the legistative process.

Mapbox Streets
Mapbox iOS SDK
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