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Faviconz API

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The faviconz API gives you access to a database of favicons. They collect, store and share them so you can easily use them.

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Faviconz: Highlights

Summary
Database of favicons
Category
Internet
Tags
Protocols
REST
Data Formats
XML
API home
http://favi.co.nz/api 

Faviconz: Specifications

Functionality

Client Install Required
No  
Service Endpoint
http://favi.co.nz/api

Signup and Licensing

Signup Requirements
Developer key  
Developer Key Required
Yes  
Account Required
No  
Commercial Licensing
 
Provider
favi.co.nz/  
Non-Commercial Lic.
 
Data Licensing
 
Usage Fees
 
Program Fees
 
Certification Program
 
Usage Limits
 
Terms of Service
 

Security

Authentication Model
API Key 
SSL Support
Yes 
Read-only Without Login
No 

Support

Vendor API Kits
 
Community API Kits
 
API Blog
 
Site Blog
 
API Forum
 
Developer Support
 
Console URL
 

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Comments 

January 15, 2009
at 04:04
Comment by: Arvind

Bah! it's paid, you just get 2500 calls over a single API key. And didn't get the point of having a paid service for it. If you can mention the url of a website for API then why can't you get the favicon from the website itself.

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