License Apache License, Version 2.0
Platforms ios 11.1


Open location code framework for swift For original code, see @google
Google’s code

Make sure you follow all of the general installation procedures for CocoaPods

To install this framework for your project

  • add this line to your Podfile: pod 'OpenLocationCode' '~>'
  • follow that with a pod install (you may have to update if you don’t have the newest spec list)

Then, in your project swift file.

import OpenLocationCode

Currently there are two public static methods which can be used from the class itself.

  1. OpenLocationCode.encode which takes a latitude and longitude (Double/Float64s) named pair and a desired code length.
    It returns the string of a full Open Location Code.
OpenLocationCode.encode(LatLng: (latitude: y, longitude: x), codeLength: Int)
  1. OpenLocationCode.decode which takes an Open Location Code string and returns a CodeArea. Open Location Codes aren’t
    really meant for a point, but rather a region (even if it’s a very small region) so there will necessarily be some
    range associated with decoding.
OpenLocationCode.decode(code: String)

As of 0.5.1 11/22/2017

Code is now compliant with Swift 4.0. If you need 3.2 compatible use release

Code now inherits from NSObject so can be used in Objective-C projects. Not that I’d encourage anyone to use
Objective-C. Some of the functions will probably have to be modified for Objective-C use considering their use of the
struct CodeArea. I might make that a subclass of NSObject so that it can in the future be used as an Objective-C return

In the near future I will add the recovery from short codes + Lat Lng. In my experience, I have not really used that.

Latest podspec

    "name": "OpenLocationCode",
    "version": "",
    "summary": "Google's Open Location Code spec implemented in Swift 4.",
    "description": "OpenLocationCode-swift is an implementation similar to the code released by Google on their github repository fornOpen Location Codes (Plus Codes). Open Location Codes are generally 10 characters, but can be shorter (short codes,nusually pinned to some nearby location that has a known prefix code) or longer (a full code with extra charactersnspecifying grid-based reductions in the dimensions of a coded region). For more information about Google's OpennLocation Codes, see or",
    "homepage": "",
    "license": {
        "type": "Apache License, Version 2.0",
        "file": "LICENSE.txt"
    "authors": {
        "Eli Selkin": "[email protected]"
    "source": {
        "git": "",
        "tag": ""
    "source_files": [
    "ios": {
        "frameworks": "UIKit"
    "platforms": {
        "ios": "11.1"
    "pod_target_xcconfig": {
        "SWIFT_VERSION": "4"
    "pushed_with_swift_version": "3.0"

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