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LocationIQ vs Pathfinder: What are the differences?

LocationIQ: OpenStreetMap addresses served from SSDs. Free and Fast Geocoding Service; Pathfinder: Routing as a service. Pathfinder is a new real-time routing service in public beta. Pathfinder calculates routes for transportation services. These routes are updated in real time as users make transportation or delivery requests. Through our SDKs, applications can subscribe to routes as they change in response to user requests.

LocationIQ and Pathfinder can be categorized as "Mapping APIs" tools.

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    What is LocationIQ?

    Free and Fast Geocoding Service

    What is Pathfinder?

    Pathfinder is a new real-time routing service in public beta. Pathfinder calculates routes for transportation services. These routes are updated in real time as users make transportation or delivery requests. Through our SDKs, applications can subscribe to routes as they change in response to user requests.

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    What tools integrate with Pathfinder?
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      OpenStreetMap is built by a community of mappers that contribute and maintain data about roads, trails, cafés, railway stations, and much more, all over the world.
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