If you’re a developer looking for an accurate geocoding API, positionstack has the best solution for your project. Tap into a massive amount of data with the straightforward and reliable solution for forward and reverse geocoding. Positionstack covers more than 2 billion places and addresses worldwide.
- 3,000,000 Requests
- Premium Support
- Commercial License
- Forward Geocoding
- Reverse Geocoding
- HTTPS Encryption
- Extended Rate Limit
- JSON, XML & GeoJSON
- Embeddable Maps
- Multiple Languages
- Batch Requests
Geocode any place or address worldwide, at scale.
With over two billion global places and addresses, Positionstack handles more that one billion requests every single day. The scalable API powers thousands of web applications and mobile apps worldwide and is affordable for anyone. See their API documentation to see more details.
Try Position stack for free. The free trial will give you access to 25,000 requests, limited support, a personal license, forward gecoding and reverse geocoding. This free option is a good way to make sure this API is the right solution for your development project. Once you are satisfied that this will be a good solution, you can choose from their four different packages to find the features that you will need. With basic, professional, business and enterprise options, there’s a plan available for any budget.
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