ArcGIS Maps SDK for Kotlin

Current version: 200.4 - April 11, 2024. Release notes.

Welcome to ArcGIS Maps SDK for Kotlin. This guide describes how to use the latest version of ArcGIS Maps SDK for Kotlin to build native mobile apps that incorporate capabilities such as 2D and 3D data visualization, geocoding, routing, and geoprocessing, for deployment to Android devices.

Where to start

  1. Discover key features of the SDK.

  2. Install and setup the SDK.

  3. Explore the tutorials and sample code.

Get started

ArcGIS Maps SDK for Kotlin


Follow step-by-step instructions to build apps that incorporate key features of ArcGIS Maps SDK for Kotlin.

Display a map

Add a point, line, and polygon

Display a web map

Display device location

Display a scene

Add a feature layer

Browse all tutorials

Sample code

Browse the comprehensive list of samples in the documentation or download sample code from the GitHub repository.

You can also download and interact with our live samples on your device using the sample viewer app from the Google Play Store.

Android sample viewer application

Open source toolkit

The open source ArcGIS Maps SDK for Kotlin Toolkit contains UI components and utilities that will help simplify your Kotlin app development.

Success stories

See what others are building.

Fish Washington

Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife uses this app to make fishing regulations easier to understand.


Massachusetts Department of Transportation uses this app to complement roadside travel time signs on highways in Massachusetts.

Conserve EveryDrop of Water

California has been battling water shortages for years. The primary intervention strategy is reducing water consumption and waste. EveryDrop is a water conservation app that engages citizens by reporting water waste and conservation education.

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