Geocodio and TomTom are both tools that will convert addresses into GPS latitude/longitude coordinates and coordinates into addresses.
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TomTom has two types of pay-as-you-go pricing: one set for public use (such as on a public-facing map), and another set of prices for private use. Public use starts at $25/50,000. TomTom requires credit purchases.
Geocodio has one set of pricing regardless of use case, and prices start at $0.50/1,000 for pay-as-you-go usage. Credit purchases are optional.
If you are using TomTom for asset tracking, you are required to use their private use pricing, which starts at $199 for 50,000 lookups.
Geocodio's prices are the same for all use cases. 50,000 lookups is $23.75.
TomTom supports points of interest (POIs) via Foursquare. See more here.
Geocodio does not support POIs.
TomTom has worldwide support.
Geocodio supports US and Canada.
In addition to geocoding, TomTom can provide traffic data, driving directions, POIs, electric charger stations
In addition to geocoding, Geocodio can provide timezones, Census/Statistics Canada geographies and data, school districts, Congressional districts, Ridings, and state legislative districts.
TomTom supports autocomplete through their Search API.
Geocodio does not support autocomplete.
TomTom has a rate limit of 5 requests per second. See more here.
Geocodio has a rate limit of 1,000 requests per second for the pay-as-you-go plan. There is no rate limiting on the Unlimited plan.