|Name||Number of queries||Monthly price|
|Google Maps||0||$0.00||TRY FREE|
|Azure Maps||0||$0.00||TRY FREE|
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Also, remember that one static API request also counts as one map request.
In TomTom, if you display an online map or use online traffic the request will be equal to 15 tiles on the map. If you would like to allow your users to batch geocoding or batch routing then the number of transactions equals the number of individual geocoding and routing requests.
Google Maps is pretty simple if it comes to requests. One request is equal to one load of the map on your website by a user. Then he can move on the map whenever he wants and the additional requests will not be taken from you.
In Azure, if you display an online map or use online traffic the request will be equal to 15 tiles on the map.
As with the majority of other mapping APIs Here’s request is equal to 15 tiles. It is counted for the map, satellite and traffic tiles. If you would like to use batch geocoding or multi-reverse geocoding then you need to be aware these functionalities are equal to one request.
Once you decide to use Map Tiles on your website you need to be aware that every map tile is equal to one request. As the developers of API say a single map view generates 4 requests if vector tiles are used. If it comes to the static map it always counts as 16 requests regardless of its size or type.