Bing Maps SDK for Android and iOS
Welcome to the Bing Maps SDK for Android and iOS!
Note: The SDK for Android and iOS is currently available as a developer preview. Although we encourage you to try out the SDK in your own prototype code now, we caution the use in production code at this time.
The Bing Maps SDK for Android and Bing Maps SDK for iOS are libraries for building mapping applications for Android and iOS. The SDKs feature a native map control and an accompanying map services API set.
The map control is powered by a full vector 3D map engine with a number of standard mapping capabilities including displaying icons, drawing polylines and polygons, and overlaying texture sources. The engine brings in the same 3D Native support you know from the Xaml Map Control in Windows 10, including worldwide 3D elevation data (via our Digital Elevation Model).
The map control shares much in common with the Map Control in Windows 10, so many of the concepts from the Windows 10 control apply as well. For more information, please see the Windows UWP Map Control documentation.
Bing Maps Key
You must obtain a Bing Maps Key from Bing Maps Dev Center in order to use the Bing Maps SDK for Android and iOS. Your app must be authenticated to use the map controls and map services. To authenticate your app, you must specify a Bing Maps key through the API. Visit the Bing Maps Dev Center Help page for detailed steps on obtaining one.
License and Terms of Service
|Getting Started with Android||Add the Bing Maps Android control to your application.|
|Getting Started with iOS||Add the Bing Maps iOS control to your application.|
|Map Control Concepts||Lean the major set of concepts and examples that help you to write your application.|
|Map Control API Reference||Documentation on the methods, properties, and basic function of the map control's major types.|
|Map Services API Reference||Documentation on the methods, properties, and usage of MapServices such as geocoding.|