A growth in the number of new APIs being created to act as quantified self data tools could lead to a new wave of personal health applications. Data streamed via quantified self APIs could also potentially create new empirical datasets to support emerging sciences. The Moves API, Pokelog API and a forthcoming Human API all point to greater interest in pulling personal data into new applications.
Here at ProgrammableWeb our team constantly comes across a lot of great APIs. With 54 new APIs being added to our directory last week, many can get lost in the shuffle. Our staff took a moment to highlight the APIs that stood out to them most last week.
Google Consumer Surveys
||Google Consumer Surveys API facilitates the use of Web and mobile apps in the creation and integration of surveys. Anchored on the Google Cloud Platform, the REST API incorporates the consumer...||Data||04.21.2016|
||Slurplick is a recommendations platform which extracts information about product images. This platform features machine learning, analytics, and a cloud infrastructure. Slurplick offers its API which...||Recommendations||04.16.2016|
||The Classeur API allows developers to access their written content and resources. Classeur is a services for writing notes, documents, and blogs using Markdown. Users can create an unlimited number...||Writing||04.09.2016|
||Kanbanize is a visual management system for business oriented applications which can be used for team collaboration, and project management. This system features process mapping, email integration,...||Project Management||04.06.2016|
||Zara 4 is an image compression platform based in the United Kingdom. This platform can be used to optimize an existing website or for SEO purposes. Zara 4 offers a REST API which uses OAuth and...||Images||04.06.2016|