True.Sys Google Map Data Extractor

True.Sys Google Map Data Extractor

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True.Sys Google Map Data Extractor

True.Sys Google Map Data Extractor lets you extract business data, address, phone, website,and more from numerous listings, quickly and easily, without having to write any code.

Why should you consider scraping Google Maps?

Google Maps is one of the best tools to obtain business leads and business data. 

True.Sys Google Map Data Extractor  can help with gathering large amount of data for businesses and used for lead generation campaigns. Using the automatic extraction feature that is available on almost all the extractors, such data can be gathered quickly and accurately. 

Why use True.Sys Google Map Data Extractor? 

Countless people get contact details manually for businesses listed on Google Maps.  But that is a very tedious process. That’s where our predefined web scrapers come into play. 

These True.Sys Google Map Data Extractor have been designed specially to extract data from Google Maps. Our simple yet powerful tool automates the whole process of extracting data, without having to write any code.

Our advanced scraping method works like a real user, allowing you to extract all the data you need without being blocked

With just a click of a button, you can have a plethora of information at your disposal. 

The program extracts

-The name



-Telephone number


-number of reviews


-And more

User’s Guide:

The program is very easy to use
Just follow the steps:
1- Open the program
2- Click on the “Click to start” button, and the program will open the Google Map site
3-Search for any activity you want within Google Maps
4- Click on the “Start Extract Data ” button.
You will notice that the program collects data and inserts it into the table in the program
5- When finished, press the “Export” button to save the file as an Excel file

Watch the tutorial video



Notes :

it need .net framework v4.6.2


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