Google has a lot of APIs, more than any other company we track. Perhaps as part of adding many APIs, the search giant also has to remove them from time to time. Recently the company has become more liberal in its platform pruning, with at least three separate announcements this year. Most recently Google dropped three more APIs, including the Google Buzz API.
Google Wave was seen as one of the spectacular failures of 2010. While the product did not find resonance with the users, the underlying technology that was used in it has been winding its way to acceptance ranging from getting incubated in Apache and a new offering from Google labs named Google Shared Spaces.
Perfect Audience Reporting
||The Perfect Audience Reporting API integrates performance data extraction from social media campaigns. It is available with JSON architecture. Reporting services include campaign, ad, conversion, and...||Advertising||10.04.2016|
||The Fencer API is a geofence web service for mobile apps, web apps, and IoT. It offers "geofencing as a service". Quickly and easily, developers can create and manage geofences for applications or...||Data-as-a-Service||09.16.2016|
||The Dango API allows developers to create emoji predictions through the application of algorithmic techniques on the natural language processing tools that share neural networks. The API is capable...||Natural Language Processing||09.08.2016|
||The StatSocial REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of StatSocial with other applications and websites. Some example API methods include retrieving various types of...||Social||09.05.2016|
||uCommerce built in .NET, is available as an 80/20 API with libraries and context classes. It integrates eCommerce features such as order, catalog, transaction, search, and marketing.||eCommerce||09.05.2016|