Most Windows Store apps for consumer audiences can be licensed free of charge under our Bing Maps
To confirm which Windows Store app license is right for you, visit our
licensing tool, evaluate your requirements, and find the right Bing Maps Key to authenticate your application.
If your Windows Store app is for use on a Private network (CRM, Business Intelligence or Asset Tracking), an Enterprise License for a Windows Store app will be required.
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If you are considering the Bing Maps Platform as an alternative to MapPoint, there are several options that you can explore. Here’s a look at the Microsoft mapping solutions available.
The Enterprise Key is intended for Enterprise applications that are used by authenticated enterprise users (employees or agents of the enterprise) over a private network.
The Enterprise Key is also for Consumer applications that do not qualify for limited free use.
To confirm which commercial license is right for you, visit our
licensing tool, evaluate your requirements, and get a shopping list you can send to your Reseller.
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