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World Weather Online City Search API

In addition to World Weather Online's weather API, it also provides helper APIs, which sit well on their own. The City Search API allows developers to include city name search in their applications. Query the API by city name and receive a list of potential name matches as results. The free version of the API returns only three results, whereas premium developers can receive up to 50. Any developer can optionally search for only popular cities, have time zone data returned, restrict the number of results and request one of three popular formats (XML, JSON, tab delimited).

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World Weather Online City Search: Highlights

City lookup service
Data Formats
API home
http://www.worldweatheronline.com/location-se ... 

World Weather Online City Search: Specifications


Client Install Required
Service Endpoint
http://www.worldweatheronline.com/feed/search ...

Signup and Licensing

Signup Requirements
Developer Key Required
Account Required
Commercial Licensing
Non-Commercial Lic.
Data Licensing
Usage Fees
Free for three results per query. Paid version available.  
Program Fees
Certification Program
Usage Limits
Terms of Service


Authentication Model
API Key 
SSL Support
Read-only Without Login


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

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