An easier way to build applications with Google Maps.

Create powerful map-based websites via a simple drag-and-drop interface.

Create directories, review websites, business listings, and hundreds of other map-based applications.

With GravityView's Maps layout, you can easily create whatever you need on top of Google Maps.

Google Maps

What can you build? Anything and everything.

  • Business Directories
    Want to display a list of businesses on a map? Easy-peasy.
  • Retail Store Locations
    Does your business or organization have more than one office? Easily display all your locations on a map, along with contact information and other fields.
  • Review-based sites, like
    Building a review site like Yelp, TripAdvisor or Google Reviews? Add restaurants, shops, tourist attractions, and more.
  • User-generated content sites
    Use a submission page and allow users to submit new locations. After you approve them, they'll be displayed on your website.

Minimal and beautiful.

Have a lot of entries next to each other? Worried that they'll look messy on a map?

Don't be. With marker clusters, your entries will be displayed as a clusters at different zoom levels.

Spiderfying Locations
Marker Clusters

Silky-smooth design.

Have many entries with the same address? We've got you covered.

When multiple markers are in the same location, they will be “spiderfied”, or displayed in a web-like pattern around the location.

Endlessly customizable maps.

With dozens of configuration options, you can build exactly the map you need.

  • Pick which field is used as the address
  • Customize pin icons
  • Keep the map fixed in one location and prevent dragging or allow it to be dragged
  • Show popup boxes that display additional entry details when clicked
  • Choose default, maximum and minimum zoom levels
  • Include Google Maps layers for Traffic, Transit or Bicycles
  • Change the look and feel of your map using Snazzy Maps styles
  • Choose what type of map to display: Street, Satellite, Hybrid, or Terrain


Not sure if the Maps View can solve your problem? Still have other questions?

Get in touch and we'll be glad to help!