Map visualizations are all about what your users can see. While map tools are all about what your users can do.
The Mango Toolbox contains a wide range of tools and you can make each map unique by adding the tools that are best suited to the objective of your maps. Let's look at some examples.
Terry is making a map application for his towns road repair crew. He wants the crew to easily find the potholes listed on their daily job sheet and also be able to plan traffic redirection ahead of time. So on his map he enables the attribute search feature so his crew can easily search for potholes using their JOB ID. Next he adds the Google Streetview tool so the team can explore the neighbourhood with a single click. Once the work is complete Terry's crew can update the repair status of the pothole by using Mango on their mobile device.
Next meet Sarah, Sarah works for an insurance company, she wants to make a map that allow her team to assess the flood risk of properties without having to rely on the GIS team, that way she can calculate premiums faster.
Sarah enables the Mango proximity analysis tool, now her team can quickly get answers to complex questions such as "show me all of the properties in the town that are within a thousand feet of the watershed hazard area". She can also filter the properties based on attributes such as their value or claim history.
This is just the tip of the iceberg. I encourage you to go into the Mango Toolbox and explore the options, I'm sure you will find the right tool for your job.