Harness the data from map engines
Nimble’s Maps API uses public map engines such as
Google Maps to access vast quantities of business
Search and discover businesses by keyword, coordinates, zip code, and more.
Get full, detailed review data including rating, date, user details, and more.
Collect comprehensive data directly from businesses’ public map listings.
Nimble’s Maps API automatically scales up and down to any workload.
Enjoy smooth and seamless access with the highest success rate in the business. Nimble’s SERP API is based on Nimble Browser – our novel data collection browser that overcomes anti-bot obstacles autonomously with AI-driven fingerprinting technology.
Drill-down into a particular search result by following the nimble_place_link – a preformed link attached to each search result that instantly returns comprehensive data about that particular business.
Gather detailed review data for any business by using the nimble_reviews_link – available both from the search result and from a business drill-down result. Collect review rating, date, text, user details, and even paginate through all available reviews effortlessly.
Start collecting business data in bulk effortlessly
and let our API automate:
Nimble’s Batch Processing saves time and enables new applications →
Nimble’s Maps API empowers you to move faster
Set your data source, parsing settings,
and delivery method.
Nimble APIs receives the request and handles
everything else from collection to delivery.
Sit back and watch as structured
web data flows into your storage.
Nimble’s Maps API collects public data in real-time from sources such as Google Maps. Under the hood, the Maps API harnesses the unlocking and scalability of Nimble browser in conjunction with modern residential proxies from Nimble IP to ensure smooth maps data collection in real time.
Yes! Every request to the Maps API returns fresh data directly from public maps engines.
Yes. Because the Maps API uses residential proxies from Nimble IP, geotargeting by country is supported.
The Maps API can provide many kinds of business data, including:
No! Only successful requests count towards your quota.