Thanks for the link.
I am confused about which choice would be better for my app based on potential costs associated.
- Zeroqode fastest google places autocomplete
- Zeroqode Algolia Places
My goal is to allow users to enter their address for the purpose of providing search results close to their location. These search results are coming from my D.B. of saved retailers and job listings. The main purpose of the plugin is only really to fetch the city, state and country once the user has inputted and selected their address.
Looking at Algolia pricing, it seems that once my app has exceeded 100,000 requests for places there is a charge of $0.40 per 1,000 requests.
My assumption is that a request is simply a user inputting their address into the search input. So for example, a user navigates to the search page, inputs a single address into the input and selects, that alone is a single request. So if the same user changes their address using the search input, that would be a second request and so this single user has made two requests.
Then looking at google pricing, which is so much more confusing than Algolia.
I have a really hard time understanding which of these two pricing structures would be used when I have the Zeroqode Fastest Google Places Autocomplete plugin used for the purposes of allowing a user to enter their address and select it from the list of choices and subsequently extracting that address city, state and country.
Could you shed some light onto the google pricing that is associated with the zeroqode fastest google places autocomplete plugin and if my assumption of the Algolia pricing is correct?
I really don’t know which google pricing is used, the SKU: Autocomplete - Per Request or the SKU: Basic Data.