Images API

Images
Images API is a service from Graphics Factory Clip Art allowing users to integrate royalty free clip art images into websites, applications, or print-on-demand services. The Images API supports XML or JSON formatted responses.
Specs
Photos
XML, JSON, HTTP
api@imagesapi.com
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  • imagegallery leverages the AOL Pictures, Facebook, Google AdWords, Google Ajax Search, Google App Engine, Google Search, and Images API to bring different kinds of images to the site.
  • See all the text links to images in one window without scrolling or clicking. Heres an example, you are on reddit and there is a thread about movie posters. Multiple people have posted multiple...
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imagegallery leverages the AOL Pictures, Facebook, Google AdWords, Google Ajax Search, Google App Engine, Google Search, and Images API to bring different kinds of images to the site.
Tiki Pik Image link preview Tiki Pik Image link preview
See all the text links to images in one window without scrolling or clicking. Heres an example, you are on reddit and there is a thread about movie posters. Multiple people have posted multiple images in the thread. TikiPik scrapes the page, finds all those links and give you a preview of them in a pop up. From there you can click any link and see it 100% in a new tab.