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The iPhone and iPad SDK supports reverse geocoding out of the box. Reverse geocoding means you have a coordinate and want to find out where you are located, for instance, the name of the street you are on. Forward geocoding means you know the name of a location and want to find the coordinates. This API/sample project demonstrate how you can forward geocode using Googles' geocoding service. Documentation of Googles API can be found here: https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/geocoding/ Features: * No dependencies * Blocks support * Works with Google Maps V3 API If you are using ARC you need to add "-fno-objc-arc" as compiler flag to the files under "Build Phases" -> "Compile Sources" -> "Compiler Flags". The source is unlicensed and 100% free for you to use with whatever you want. Read more about BSForwardGeocoding @ http://blog.sallarp.com/ipad-iphone-forward-geocoding-api-google/