Free Map Tools is a place to find free tools to allow you to measure, save and send maps to other people.
These tools can be used for a variety of reasons and by a broad range of people. This website can be used by groups or individuals who have hobbies such as:
- Amateur Radio
While every care is taken to ensure the accuracy of the data within this website and output by this website, Free Map Tools does not make any representations or warranties about its accuracy, completeness, reliability or suitability for any particular purpose and disclaim all responsibility and all liability for all expenses, losses, damages and costs which might be incurred as a result of the data being inaccurate or incomplete in any way and for any reason.
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Great Tools - so good to know this Website!!
THANK YOU thank you thank you
This is a great tool (radius around a point) - just what I was after. Thanks!
By SB on 24/10/2014
Where do you get the data from? Specifically US Pop #'s. Thanks!
How do I get a map to display?
By Fred on 15/06/2014
Thank you for this tool, it is great and worked exactly as I expected. For sure I will come back using this in the future too. The good news was that I found it via Google Maps' help pages, so even if it is not integrated with Google, they give a reference to it.
By Ábel Bagaméry on 24/01/2014
Very Very useful - many thanks
By GPenaluna on 30/12/2013
Cheers guys, exactly what I needed, great work!
By Naz on 07/11/2013
How to draw radius of 20 miles from London Heathrow Airport but only for areas within Metropolitan boundary
By RK on 17/10/2013
GREAT TOOL, IT WOULD BE GREAT IF IT IS INTEGRATED WITH GOOGLE
Terrific tool, thanks
I had trouble with the KMS file
Fantastic--This is just what I was looking for!!! THANK YOU
Really good tool u created! What i'd recommend is start to develop an export feature. In the far future u could think about user accounts, saving created routes per user, users give "tags" to their routes, routes are searchable and displayable via tags puplically. If u r interested in further exchange of thoughts u can write to firstname.lastname@example.org. Greetz, Kai
By Kai on 01/05/2012
This site is awesome! recommend to everyone working on geo project.
By lct on 09/08/2011
Does anyone know how to import an Excel spreadsheet into this program? Any suggestions on software that will have the same end result but using a spreadsheet instead of entering one address at a time?
By Armen on 21/07/2011
How about a Miles option for USA people with poor math skills.
By Joe L. on 28/06/2011
A great site, I keep coming back when I need info for projects for the not-for-profit I work for. So easy to use, and so glad it's free!
those asking to save the map they've created: in the 'radius around a point' create a map and save a KML. go to geocommons.com and upload the KML file. Voila.
By opusbvd on 10/05/2011
great tool for establishing just how far I've ran!!
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