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Have you ever wanted to scrape reviews from Google Maps, but it seemed too difficult? Try our free Google Maps Reviews Scraper!
Find any place on Google Maps from which you want to get reviews. Just copy its URL and paste it in the input field on Google Maps Reviews Scraper.
Then hit the RUN button at the bottom of the page and wait for your data to roll in. It might take a few minutes, so just grab a cup of coffee while you let our robots do the work 🦾☕
When the run has finished, you can preview and download your data in several formats.
You can use this tool to get all detailed information about reviews on Google Maps. Note that Personal data extraction about reviewers is also possible but has to be explicitly enabled in input (see the Legality of scraping Google Maps section).
|📝 Review text
|📅 Published date
|🆔 Review ID & URL
|✅ Response from the owner - text
|📷 List of review images
|💬 Review context
|📊 Detailed rating per service
|🧛 Reviewer’s name
|✍️ Reviewer’s number of reviews
|🖼 Reviewer’s ID, URL & photo
If you need more detailed data from Google Maps, try our Google Maps Scraper. It's a little more complicated to set up, but you can get almost any data from Google Maps.
Looking to scrape contact information from Google Maps? Give our Google Maps Email Extractor a try! This email scraper allows you to extract almost any contact data from Google places: emails, addresses, phone numbers, and social media details. You can also follow this tutorial to get started.
You can combine the powers of this review scraping tool with AI Text Analyzer for Google Reviews. This text analyzer tool allows to identify the most commonly used keywords in each review. See how we did it for 500 disappointing reviews on Google Maps.
Or let us know if you need a custom scraping solution.
We recommend using Number of reviews field to limit the number of reviews to scrape. You don't usually need more then 1000 (or less) reviews. Google tends to push reviews with text and pictures to the top so they are usually among the first ones to be scraped. Large number of reviews from one place are also more difficult to scrape and the run can be potentially more expensive.
Google Maps Reviews scraper can return thousands results on average. However, you have to keep in mind that scraping maps.google.com has many variables to it and may cause the results to fluctuate case by case. There’s no one-size-fits-all-use-cases number. The maximum number of results may vary depending on the complexity of the input, location, and other factors. Some of the most frequent cases are:
- website gives a different number of results depending on the type/value of the input
- website has an internal limit that no scraper can cross
- scraper has a limit that we are working on improving
Therefore, while we regularly run Actor tests to keep the benchmarks in check, the results may also fluctuate without our knowing. The best way to know for sure for your particular use case is to do a test run yourself.
When it comes to scraping, it can be challenging to estimate the resources needed to extract data as use cases may vary significantly. That's why the best course of action is to run a test scrape with a small sample of input data and limited output. You’ll get your price per scrape, which you’ll then multiply by the number of scrapes you intend to do.
Watch this video for a few helpful tips. And don't forget that choosing a higher plan will save you money in the long run.
So what can you do with the Google Maps data you collect by web scraping? Here are just some ideas:
- search, monitor, and analyze your competitors
- analyze reviews of your place or your competitors
- do market research for keywords that are the most important in your industry
Yes. Google Maps Reviews Scraper can be connected with almost any cloud service or web app thanks to integrations on the Apify platform. You can integrate with Make, Zapier, Slack, Airbyte, GitHub, Google Sheets, Google Drive, and more. Or you can use webhooks to carry out an action whenever an event occurs, e.g. get a notification whenever Google Maps Reviews Scraper successfully finishes a run.
Yes, using Apify API which will give you programmatic access to the Apify platform. The API is organized around RESTful HTTP endpoints that enable you to manage, schedule, and run Apify actors. The API also lets you access any datasets, monitor actor performance, fetch results, create and update versions, and more.
To access the API using Node.js, use the
apify-client NPM package. To access the API using Python, use the
apify-client PyPI package.
We’re always working on improving the performance of our Actors. So if you’ve got any technical feedback for Google Maps Reviews Scraper or simply found a bug, please create an issue on the Actor’s Issues tab in Apify Console.