How to track IP address location

IP Address tracking has always been depicted as an ultimate tool to track location in movies. There is always a geek who is punching in the numbers and getting an exact location of the device. In reality, IP tracking might not be that advanced, but it works for sure. IP address tracking is useful if you want to track your visitors, find some suspicious activity and you want to track it down, or you want your web page to automatically load the user’s country and view relevant details. In this post, we’ve covered some basic free online IP address locator services that can help you track IP address by its location.

Track IP address location

Track IP address location

This service is the best online IP tracking service available. We’ve already covered it in our email headers tutorial post. You might want to check it out here. The web service is simple to use. All you need to do is enter an IP address and hit the submit button. Also, the application will automatically load your IP address by default. This comes handy when you want to track yourself.

Once you’ve submitted the request, it will display a lot of details about the IP. Some of the details available are Country, Region, City, Hostname, Organization, and ISP. Also, the geolocation is displayed on a map along with the coordinates. You can use all these details for your reference and also you can contact the particular ISP for further details about the IP. also provides you with some other tools to monitor and track IP addresses. The service also offers API accesses for a minimal price; you can purchase 150,000 queries for around 40$. Click here to go to

IPLocation is another IP geolocation tracking service that has a lot to offer. What’s special about this service is that it tracks your IP address and fetches data from five different geolocation databases. You can view the results responded by each of them. IPLocation also allows you to track IPv6 and even the domain names. It displays details like Country, Region, City, Longitude, Latitude, Hostname, and organization. The variety of databases lets you confirm the authenticity of one another. But you may be surprised to see different responses from some of the databases. Apart from IP tracking, the service offers various other tools like subnet calculator, proxy check, and email headers explorer. Click here to go to IPLocation.

infoSniper is a commercial web API geolocation service. Apart from the API, you can have access to the service through their website for free. It returns a response with all the general details we already covered in this post. Also, the service offers annual and monthly unlimited API plans. 150,000 queries can cost you around 40$ and a monthly unlimited plan around $85. Click here to go to infoSniper.


This service tracks IP addresses with the help of the MaxMind Geodata Provider. Note that MaxMind was one of the five providers used by MaxMind is considered to be very accurate in the US and you can check accuracy levels for other countries online. IPFingerPrints provides all the necessary details and the coordinates on a map. Click here to go to IPFingerPrints.

IP-Tracker is a free IP Lookup and IP Tracking service. It comes with quite a few features that the other services don’t have. Other than general details like hostname, IP address, and geolocation, this service can give you reverse DNS results and a blacklist check results.

Track IP address location

The Blacklist Check can tell you if a particular IP has already been found with some malicious activity or not. It can give you a threat level score between 0-255 and the last malicious activity recorded. Click here to go to

These were a few services that can help you track an IP address by its location. Make sure you check the accuracy levels of a geolocation database before relying on the results. If have any more links to add that help you track IP addresses, feel free to add them in the comments below.

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