Bring the power of maps, location services, and tools to your applications with ArcGIS location services.

Basemap layers

Build 2D and 3D mapping applications using ready-to-use layers such as streets, imagery, and topographic from the basemap layer service. Create and brand applications with your own custom basemap.


Find places, or places of interest (POI), near a location or within an bounding box using the places service. Use text search and categories to refine your results. To learn more about each place, retrieve additional information such as the name, phone number, address, categories, hours of operation, prices, ratings, and more.

Data hosting

Create, manage, and store feature, vector tile, and image tile data in ArcGIS. Manage data with interactive tools and access it securely from your applications.

Data visualization

Create meaningful 2D and 3D visualizations of your geographic data. Use mapping APIs that support data-driven styling to uncover unique patterns and relationships.


Search for addresses with the geocoding service. Get address suggestions, convert geographic coordinates to addresses, or perform batch geocoding to store locations for future use.


Find routes and directions, and perform advanced analyses on street networks with the routing service. Find the closest facility, determine the service area (drive time) around a location, or route a fleet of delivery vehicles.

Demographic data

Find local facts and demographic information about a location such as average income, household size, and population density with the GeoEnrichment service.

Spatial analysis

Discover patterns, trends, and gain insites to your own data by performing geometry and spatial analysis. Use client-side APIs or perform server-side analyses with the geometry and spatial analysis service.

Content management

Store, manage, and access content for your applications. Use tools, services, and APIs to securely access content such as maps, layers, and files. Keep content private or share it with groups of users.


Build mapping, geocoding, and routing applications that run natively on phones, tablets, laptops, or desktops that work where network connectivity is unreliable or unavailable. Use ArcGIS tools to prepare data that can be easily accessed and taken offline.

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