Welcome to Geocodify.

Our API covers 500 million addresses and points-of-interest (POIs), 4.8 million cities, and 110 million streets. Geocodify was built to serve a global community of developers, startups and enterprises; serving millions of requests daily.

Our goal is to provide customers with a simple-to-use, flexible, enterprise-grade location intelligence solution. Want more information? Email us at [email protected] to get started on your enhanced geocoding and geoparsing experience.

Data Sources

Our service is built on open data (read all the benefits of open data). Of course our service wouldn't be possible without thousands of people and organizations worldwide who have contributed to the various open geodata projects we build upon. Thank you!

Geocodify is built from open source software and open data. This is what's behind the API.

Nominatim and OpenStreetMap

Data OpenStreetMap and contributors under ODbL. GPL v2. Please note the OpenStreetMap Foundation's guidelines around geocoding, specifically the view that geocoding does not trigger the share-alike obligations of the ODbL.


Data contributors and licenses are on the about page. Source code dual licensed under the MIT and GPL licenses.


Data under CC-BY. Data sources page.

Mapzen Terrain Tiles

ArcticDEM terrain data DEM(s) were created from DigitalGlobe, Inc., imagery and funded under National Science Foundation awards 1043681, 1559691, and 1542736; Australia terrain data © Commonwealth of Australia (Geoscience Australia) 2017; Austria terrain data © offene Daten Österreichs – Digitales Geländemodell (DGM) Österreich; Canada terrain data contains information licensed under the Open Government Licence – Canada; Europe terrain data produced using Copernicus data and information funded by the European Union - EU-DEM layers; Global ETOPO1 terrain data U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Mexico terrain data source: INEGI, Continental relief, 2016; New Zealand terrain data Copyright 2011 Crown copyright (c) Land Information New Zealand and the New Zealand Government (All rights reserved); Norway terrain data © Kartverket; United Kingdom terrain data © Environment Agency copyright and/or database right 2015. All rights reserved; United States 3DEP (formerly NED) and global GMTED2010 and SRTM terrain data courtesy of the U.S. Geological Survey.

iana Time Zone Database

Data under Public Domain.