Our Trips API is ideal for fitness, delivery, or ride-hailing apps. Choose single or multiple destination trips, enjoy offline trips, and provide users with valuable trip summaries. Perfect for enhancing your app's functionality and providing a better user experience.
We built our trips API to adapt to all use cases possible. No matter the industry, you will find valuable features to help you create unique location experiences.
Multi-stop trip management
Create trips that have multiple origins and destination point, and optimize your routes
Real-time location updates
Live updates during an event, including the entry and exit events of origin and destination
A trip summary that includes distance, travel time, and route taken.
Track and trace
Trip tracker Track and trace for users to follow the progress of their delivery through a link
Instantly create a trip from point A to point B in real-time. Get a summary of the trip including distance covered, time taken, route taken and more!
Quick Trips is ideal for when a trip's destination is not pre-defined. Start and end the trip either with user-input, or with automations; use Geofences to create automatic entry / exit events, or arrivals at certain locations.
Plan trips ahead of time and have users stop at a single or multiple locations along the way. Stop locations also act as geofences triggering entry and exit events at every stop location. You'll be able to customize the radius of your geofences at each location.
Planned Trips is ideal for trips with pre-defined destinations and will serve as the perfect platform to build a trip management system on.
You'll be able to implement automatic trip detection and creation with automations like geofence exits or departure from certain locations.
Follow the live progression of a single trip including time elapsed, distance covered, and number of stop locations reached
Create unique tracking links to be shared and showcase the progress of a single trip
View an entire trip upon completion with arrival times at each stop location as well as users who were part of the trip