The API quota is the number of requests you can perform during a quantity of time.
Your API quota depends on the endpoint you are using:
- Free: It's the plan applied for unauthenticated requests. It has a soft limitation of 50 .
- Pro: It's the plan applied for authenticated requests. It's based on the plan associated with your API Key, starting from 28,000 .
You can perform HTTP calls always you are under your the API quota limit.
When you reach the API quota limit, you will experiment , meaning you need to wait until the API quota reset (or upgrade your plan).
When the API quota is reset, you have a fresh start again.
Your current rate limit status is reflected as part of your response with the following headers:
x-rate-limit-limit: The maximum number of requests that the consumer is permitted to make per minute.
x-rate-limit-reset: The number of requests remaining in the current rate limit window.
x-rate-limit-remaining: The time at which the current rate limit window resets in UTC epoch seconds.
We don't apply any throttling limitation: You can perform as much parallel requests as your daily quota allowed you