Search API Documentation
Service version: 2
Last edit: 2019.03.28
The Search API consists of the following services with their corresponding endpoints:
This is a fuzzy single-line search process for query-based relevant addresses and POIs, with the option to restrict the search within a certain geometry.
Geocoding only looks up locations of addresses with the ability to provide single line or structured addresses as input.
Reverse Geocoding turns latitudes / longitudes into human readable addresses with the ability to look up cross streets.
Filter your own or 3rd party POIs (Points of Interest) within a certain geometry.
Enables you to retrieve additional data for search results.
Provides a full list of POI categories and sub-categories, together with their translations and synonyms.
Batch Search is a subset of the Search API and dispatches batches of requests to endpoints from the Search API suite with ease. You can call Batch Search endpoints to run either Asynchronously, or Synchronously.
Search API Market Coverage
See the Search API Market Coverage page for a list of all the countries supported by the Search engine.