Free Map Tools

An online resource that enables visitors to easily and quickly use maps in order to measure, search and overlay mark-up elements on maps for a wide range of useful applications. Click on one of the Map Tools below to find out more...

Popular Tools

A list of some of the map tools that are currently available for use. There is a more comprehensive list of tools and resources here.

Radius Around Point Measure Distance
See the radius around a point you click on a map Find the distance between two points that you click
Radius Around Point Measure Distance
How Far is it Between Area Calculator
Find the distance between named points A and B Calculate the enclosed area that you specify on a map
How far is it Between Area Calculator

Country Specific

To see a list of tools specific to a country, use one of the links below:

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Australia Belgium Canada France
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Germany India UK USA

General Tools

General map tools that are relevant to all locations.

Free Map Tools makes use of the Leaflet Maps, PHP and Ajax. This site is always being developed and improved, so check back often to see what has been updated.

Comments For This Page

Hello I noticed early this morning that my saved links from drawing lines on Freemap tools have all been wiped out.
By Steve Chong on 7th July 2021

Does anyone know if there is source like this can tell me how far I am at given time to the nearest freeway onramp?
By Gary on 16th June 2021

can anyone let me know whether it is applicable for South East Asian countries use
By Gordon on 5th June 2021

Do a map that highlights everyone who would be underwater if all ice caps melted and sea level rose 70m. I just used elevation checker and saw i would be wet but i want one for everywhere lol
By Chris on 5th April 2021

Hi all, anyone know of an online global map that will allow a number of separate users (eg all employees at a company) mark their place of birth? (We're keen to highlight the diversity of the origins of our workforce :-)
By Michael of Sydney Australia on 7th February 2021

Hi guys, I have a query, please note it is said in humor. My brother lives just outside Denver USA and I live just outside Brisbane Australia. Tomorrow is Australia Day, but due to the virus the usual crowd turn out for looking at the firework displays has changed. The displays in a couple of cities are now going to be set off in stadiums. By default, it means the fireworks have to go higher but by the same token people will see it not being locked into crowds. My thoughts were telling my brother the best way to see the display :-) was it look East or West, and Unless I overlooked something, your software picked the shortest route, for him and family to look west, but Denver is about a mile above sea level and the speed of light travels 670,616,629 mph faster than the earth spins at about 1000 mph. Now, could it be that by looking East and by standing on their roof and looking west they would have a better chance of seeing the firework display? Did I miss a button %u201CAs the crow flies.%u2019 that would of indicated to a second option.
By Mike on 25th January 2021

I'd to calculate the distance between 2 points on the planet by knowing only the geografical coordinates.
On 30th December 2020

Babu Rao used it for calculating elevation thank you
By Babu Rao Ganpat Rao on 22nd December 2020

Te best map tool ever, thank you
By Kris on 25th November 2020

it was really awesome
On 30th September 2020

Ugh don%u2019t understand
By Olof girl on 29th June 2020

Very good page to lood multiple zips you get 2 thumps up!!
By Elmar on 26th June 2020

Excellent
On 30th April 2020

Excellent
On 30th April 2020

very helpful , Thank you
By Dave Russell on 23rd April 2020

Find Population on Map is not working.
By Akshath on 9th April 2020

Hai
By Anjail on 26th March 2020

This is great and you make my (work) life easier. Thank you
By Juan-Jose Blasco on 6th February 2020

easy to use and very effective
By Christian Durán on 29th January 2020

Very easy to use
On 27th November 2019

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