Start Your Migration to Bing Maps

Welcome to the Bing Maps migration portal—your primary resource for information and support materials to help you plan the move of your applications to Bing Maps before Multimap Services are discontinued on November 18, 2011.

We encourage you to review the FAQ and case studies, and download the migration guides that best suit your particular development requirements. These assets will help provide you with the resources you need to understand how Bing Maps will benefit your business and customers, and to complete your move.

If you’re looking for some transition help, low-cost solutions, or to take your mapping experience to a new level, we want to make you aware of the expertise and packaged offerings available from these Microsoft partners who are available to assist with your upgrade. Many of these partners have special offers for Multimap customers.

It's Easy to Get Started

To begin, you'll need a Bing Maps Developer Account.
Once your account is set up, take a look at the guides listed below to learn more about the technical implementation details of Bing Maps.

Bing Maps offers rich imagery, faster performance, and mobile flexibility

The Bing Maps Platform makes it easier to visualize, understand, and analyze data and information. The rich imagery, quality geospatial data, and cutting-edge tools are already being used by thousands of organizations, governments, and developers worldwide.

With this move to Bing Maps, you can take advantage of:
  • High-quality imagery including new Bird's eye and Streetside imagery.
  • Web and mobile support with AJAX and REST APIs.
  • Increased performance from cloud-hosted Bing Maps services, controls, and content.
  • Hosting/querying of your custom data through the new Spatial Data API feature set.

To learn more about all that Bing Maps has to offer, please visit