The Maps SDK for iOS uses a pay-as-you-go pricing model.
How usage and billing work under the pay-as-you-go model
- The Google Maps Platform APIs are billed by SKU.
- Usage is tracked for each Product SKU, and an API may have more than one Product SKU.
- Cost is calculated by: SKU Usage x Price per each use.
- For each billing account, for qualifying Google Maps Platform SKUs, a $200 USD Google Maps Platform credit is available each month, and automatically applied to the qualifying SKUs.
SKU: Mobile Native Dynamic Maps
A Google map object in a Maps SDK for iOS mobile application.
|MONTHLY VOLUME RANGE
(Price per MAP LOAD)
|0.00 USD (Free)||0.00 USD (Free)||0.00 USD (Free)|
A single map load is accrued for each instantiation of a
object in a Maps SDK for iOS mobile application.
User interactions with the map, such as panning, zooming, or switching map layers, do not generate additional map loads.
With the pay-as-you-go pricing model, the creation of a Street View panorama is no longer charged as a Mobile Native map load. It is charged as a Dynamic Street View.
SKU: Dynamic Street View
Street View panoramas and map loads are now charged separately. A dynamic Street View panorama is charged for each instantiation of a panorama object in a Maps SDK for iOS application.
|MONTHLY VOLUME RANGE
(Price per PANORAMA)
|0.014 USD per each
(14.00 USD per 1000)
|0.0112 USD per each
(11.20 USD per 1000)
|Contact Sales for volume pricing|
An instantiation of a panorama object occurs on iOS with the
Other usage limits
All mobile usage of the Maps SDK for iOS is unlimited, but you can set quota limits to cap your project's usage of Dynamic Street View requests through the Maps SDK for iOS. See Manage your cost of use for instructions.
Manage your cost of use
To manage your cost of use of the Google Maps Platform APIs, you can set daily quota limits on all requests to any billable API.
To view or change quota limits for the Maps SDK for iOS:
- In the Cloud Console, open the Google Maps Platform Quotas page.
- Click the APIs drop-down and select the Maps SDK for iOS.
- To view the quota limits, scroll down to the Billable Requests
A table lists the quota names and limits.
- To change a quota limit, click the Edit icon for that limit.
In the dialog that appears, in the Quota Limit field, enter the preferred billable daily quota limit (up to the quota limit, if any, specified by Google) and click Save.
If your API usage reaches your billable quota limit on any given day, your application will not be able to access the API for the remainder of that day.