Mapfit

The hyper-accurate Google Maps replacement

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Navigate directly to the door with our cutting-edge maps with seamless APIs, frameworks, and data licensing at a fraction of what competitors charge. We have the highest accuracy geocoder worldwide. Addresses are doorway-accurate and include entrance definition, such as primary, secondary, parking garage, and freight docks.

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  • AmazingandyyyThe amazing Unicorn 🦄
    Pros: 

    Look promising and professional

    Cons: 

    the design is kinda similar to other brands

    have't used it yet, but will give it a try soon.

    Amazingandyyy has never used this product.

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Stephen Chip@stephenchip · Co-founder, Cruise.me
How much is the pricing for the Commercial version? How does your product compare to Mapbox?
Stephanie GolikMaker@stephaniegolik · Product + UX @Mapfit / Founder @Multi
Hey everyone! We’re so excited to launch on Product Hunt! 🚀 At Mapfit, we focus on having the most accurate, up-to-date and lightning fast maps on the planet and have been at it since 2015. We help power location-based products and experiences looking to exceed the expectations of their users. You know that moment when you first watched TV in HD and realized standard definition just wouldn’t cut it anymore? That’s the kind of jump in quality we’re offering with Mapfit maps. Here are the features that make the difference: 🚪 Front-door accuracy: We geocode addresses points to be within a few meters of the physical door. You can access this powerful feature in all of our mapping products and with our Geocoder API. 🚚 Entrance definition: For most buildings in urban areas, we provide multiple distinct entrances such as primary and secondary pedestrian, parking and freight entrances. ⚡️ Vector-based: We reimagined map rendering and distribution so that our map tiles are served in just 16ms (50x faster than competitors). We're optimized to not slow your page load down and hurt SEO, unlike other maps. 🏘 Beyond Open Street Maps: We love OSM and use it as a source, but not the only source. We combine a mix of commercial and open data sources, then normalize them and decipher front-door accuracy through our proprietary data process. Plus, we’re cross-platform. 📱 Implement our next-level maps into your Android or iOS app, Javascript, or Wordpress site using our plug-ins and SDKs. We even have open-source sample projects to get you started. Check these out and learn more from our docs at Mapfit.com. We’re devoted to keeping costs low and quality high for our partners. And we’re continuously improving and rethinking our maps to support the next generation of products and applications. So, please try Mapfit out and let us know what you think! Thanks!
Alessio Fanelli@fanahova · Sports fan + Engineer @ 645 Ventures.
@stephaniegolik this is great! What is your target market for this? Small dev shops or more enterprise customers?
Paul Tomkinson@paultomkinson · Founder, Textras
@stephaniegolik great HD analogy. Going to dig in here. More offerings in the map space, the better! Congrats on PH launch. Btw after looking at the pricing, (we've been working with map APIs for years and have used almost all), I'd recommend you have a free tier to get startups on. $49/month seems low but integration and perf testing takes time. Worth considering.
Stephanie GolikMaker@stephaniegolik · Product + UX @Mapfit / Founder @Multi
@paultomkinson hey Paul, thanks for the support and the great recommendations! We have updated our pricing to offer a free tier :) check out the breakdown at mapfit.com/pricing.
Mick@mickc79 · Founder of SongBox.Rocks
Really interested in this for the geocoding api. Anyone going up against Google so directly will have my support.
Roy Mosby@royemosby · Junior web developer, on the job hunt
I just tested a location where Google Maps marks an incorrect side of a building (who wants to see a restaraunt's dumster?!). Mapfit got it right.
Herman@hermanhasawish · Maker of UI1.io — UI Kit generator
This looks much easier to navigate with than a regular map. How does it work?