Easy GEO exists to make geocoding and reverse-geocoding simple and painless. It does both with a simple call to a URL. What’s returned is either a comma delimited (good for use in Google Maps as-is) latitude/longitude pair. If you’re reverse-geocoding it will take a set of lat/long coordinates and return the closest nameable point (usually an address). That’s it. Simples!
Feel free to send me your suggestions and queries @puneetkay.
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