A plus code is like a street address for people or places that don't have one.
Plus codes give addresses to everyone, everywhere, allowing them to receive deliveries, access emergency services, register to vote – and more.
A plus code address looks like a regular address, but with a short code where the street name and number would be. These addresses can be generated for any location, not just places near roads, and are useful even in cities that are fully addressed as well as those where the streets are unnamed.
Plus codes are free. There are no licensing fees or other costs. The technology is open-sourced.
You don’t need a network connection: Plus codes work whether you are online or offline.
Places that are close to each other have similar plus codes. This makes it easy to work out if you are near to, or far away from your destination.
Plus codes can be printed as a grid on paper, posters, and signs. This makes them useful also for people without access to mobile phones or computers.
Plus codes work in places that haven’t been mapped. And they don't use country codes so they work in disputed territories.
The “+” symbol in plus codes helps identify them for people and computers, ensuring Google Search and Google Maps recognize them.
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