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Add a map with ease

Integrate an Apple Map (iOS) or Google Map (Android)

Integrate an Apple Map (iOS) or Google Map (Android)
  1. Address: Enter the address here like you would in the search bar on http://maps.google.com or the Apple Maps app.
  2. Info window: here you can enter the text that you want to display for that location.
  3. Google Maps API key: If you work with Google Maps, Google requires you to have a valid Google Maps API key and 2 activated services. See below
  4. Display As: allows you to select the map type.

How to setup your Google Maps API key

Activate the required API's

  1. Go to the Google Cloud Platform API Library (direct link to the Library) and login with your Google Account.
  2. Search for and activate the following Libraries:
    1. Maps JavaScript API
    2. Geocoding API
Google Cloud Platform


We advise you to use the same Google Account as the Google Developer Account. This will make it easier to implement changes later on.

Create the required API key

  1. Continue or go to the Google Cloud Platform Console.
  2. From the Project drop-down menu, select or create the project for which you want to add an API key.
  3. From the Navigation (Hamburger) menu, select APIs & Services > Credentials.
  4. On the Credentials page, click Create credentials > API key.
  5. The API key created dialog displays your newly created API key.
  6. On the dialog, click Restrict Key.
  7. On the API key page, under Key restrictions, set the Application restrictions.
    • Select None.
    • Select Don't restrict key.
    • Click Save.

Your API key is ready for use in the Twixl Publisher plugin Maps widget.


Although free credits and packages are included in the use of a Google MAPS API key, Google may charge you if you exceed the free limit. Basically, you get a $200 free credit pack per month. For more info and the latest pricing schemes, see this page or contact Google.

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