Switching to Stadia Maps
the better mapping alternative

Switch Today & Save up to 90%

Join the Stadia Maps customers that switched from Mapbox after realizing they could save up to 90% on their monthly bills while curing headaches at the same time!

After switching and experiencing our commitment to privacy and real human support, you'll quickly see we aren't just cheaper—we're a partner.

Don't take our word for it though. Our customers say it best.

In under 30 minutes we migrated our code to Stadia Maps without prior knowledge of the Stadia Maps API, including deployment. Stadia Maps have excellent pricing, good-looking tiles, support the Mapbox API and, as we learned, have excellent support.

- Stephan Schmidt, CTO Coach

Calculate Your Savings

Comparing pricing across vendors is complicated, so we've done the math for you. Enter your current monthly Mapbox usage to see how much you could save.

Estimated savings with Stadia Maps: $175 / month

These comparisons are our best estimates based on data available publicly as of June, 2024. Billing methods are not always directly comparable.

Where competitors charge per map load, we count each load as 16 Stadia tile requests.

Where competitors charge per element of a time/distance matrix request, we assume 1 Stadia request per 10 elements.

Every use case is different, so please do your own research.

Map Loads for Web
100,000 map loads / month
Static Images API
50,000 requests / month
Vector Tiles API
0 tile requests / month
Static Tiles API
0 tile requests / month
Raster Tiles API
100,000 tile requests / month

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The Stadia Maps Advantage

Real Human Support

At Stadia Maps, standard email support isn't a paid add-on—it's part of who we are. Try it for yourself! We'll help you make the switch.

If you need tailored migration support, our team can work with you in as much detail as needed. Save valuable developer time by asking about a paid consultation today.

Talk to Real Human Support

Fresh Satellite Imagery

5+ year old imagery shouldn't be the norm! We offer some of the freshest global imagery in the industry, and help clients succeed in real estate, agriculture, travel, and outdoor adventure applications.

Learn About Satellite Imagery

Flexible Routing API

At Stadia Maps, we believe in a future where cars aren't the only mode of transport, which is why we offer one of the most flexible routing APIs on the market. Want to avoid hills on your bicycle route? Or how about avoiding unlit streets when walking? Or avoiding a certain area entirely? Our routing engine is up to the task.

When you switch to Stadia Maps, you unlock new capabilities including over 10 highly configurable routing profiles and a Map Matching API that supports more than 100 points.

Learn About Navigation & Routing

Commitment to Privacy

Location APIs often involve sensitive information. At Stadia Maps, we put privacy first by intentionally retaining as little data as possible. We'll even work with you to create a solution that goes above and beyond the legal requirements of GDPR and CCPA, like we did for HolidayCheck.

  • Our SDKs are fully open-source, enabling anyone to audit the code.
  • We don't collect telemetry data from your users.
  • We don't use cookies in our APIs (or even on this marketing website).
  • We don't store your users' request logs longer than 30 days.
  • We don't share any user data with anyone, and we never will.

Choose privacy & affordability today!

Switch your basemaps in two lines of code.

Our basemaps are a drop-in replacement for most Mapbox users. All you need to do is switch to the MapLibre library for web or native, and change a few lines of code.

A diff demonstrating that it only takes a few lines of code to switch from Mapbox to Stadia Maps

Switch Your APIs

Converting an existing application from the Mapbox Directions APIs is straightforward. While our request formats differ (due to the extra flexibility we offer), we have extensive documentation to ease the transition. Your consumer applications will often need little change, as we support the popular OSRM response format, which the Mapbox Directions API is based on.