Simple, affordable pricing

What's included
100K requests free
Global coverage
Sub-10ms p50 responses
99.99% API uptime
Adjustable rate limits
Flexible usage
Open-source SDKs
Bring your own POIs
Implementation support

Cut your Google Maps or Mapbox bill in half

Cut costs, not corners. Radar is free up to 100,000 requests per month and only $0.50 for every 1,000 calls after that, with volume discounts available.
Global coverage
Radar incorporates open and commercial datasets for maximum coverage at an affordable price.
Enterprise-ready
Our enterprise-ready platform handles over 100 billion API calls per year from over 100 million devices.
Flexible usage
Radar allows for flexible usage and data caching to fit your architecture.
Four nines uptime
Our uptime averages over 99.99% for mission-critical applications. See for yourself on our status page.

Geocoding APIs

Geocoding APIs including forward geocoding API, reverse geocoding API, and IP geocoding API

  • GET /geocode/forward
  • GET /geocode/reverse
  • GET /geocode/ip

Search APIs

Search APIs including address autocomplete API, address validation API, and places search API

  • GET /search/autocomplete
  • GET /search/places
  • GET /search/geofences
  • GET /addresses/validate

Routing APIs

Routing APIs including distance API, matrix API, route matching API, route optimization API, and directions API

  • GET /route/distance
  • GET /route/matrix
  • GET /route/match
  • GET /route/optimize
  • GET /route/directions

“Radar’s geolocation services are phenomenal. We found that Radar provides the same accuracy as other products on the market at a fraction of the cost. Radar’s APIs are simple to use and easy to integrate, which saved us time and allowed us to dedicate resources to other projects.”

Nick Lloyd
Senior Director of Software Engineering

FAQs

What is geocoding?

Geocoding is the process of converting addresses to latitude and longitude coordinates. Our API returns well-formed structured addresses and geographic coordinates.

How can I use the forward geocoding API?

You can use the forward geocoding API to convert an address to coordinates to drop a pin on a map or search nearby the address.

Is the forward geocoding API accurate?

Radar’s forward geocoding API incorporates both open and commercial datasets for maximum coverage at an affordable price relative to alternatives.

Is the forward geocoding API affordable?

Radar is free up to 100,000 requests per month and only $0.50 for every 1,000 calls after that, with volume discounts available.

How does the forward geocoding API compare to alternatives?

Radar is a more cost-effective solution than alternatives like Google Maps or Mapbox. In addition to a Maps Platform, Radar also has a Geofencing Platform.

What if I want to convert latitude and longitude coordinates to an address?

Reverse geocoding converts latitude and longitude coordinates to addresses. Check out our reverse geocoding API.

What if I want to convert an IP address to latitude and longitude coordinates?

IP geocoding converts an IP address to latitude and longitude coordinates. Check out our IP geocoding API.

What if I want to show address suggestions in a dropdown?

Address autocomplete returns suggestions for a partial address. Check out our address autocomplete API.

What if I want to validate an address?

Address validation validates complete structured addresses. Check out our address validation API.

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