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Five APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory today in Bots, Education, Music, Printing and Email categories. Here is a quick summary of what is new in the directory.
Genius has announced the release of its first public API which allows developers to incorporate the platform’s annotation functionality into websites and third-party applications.
Six APIs, two SDKs and Source Code samples have been added to the directory in categories such as Backend, IoT, Reference and Tools in the past day. Here are the highlights.
Several APIs, source code samples, and clients were added to the directory in the messaging, music, charity, and algorithm categories, among others.
Ninja Metrics unveiled at the 2015 NAB Show in Las Vegas the new Katana for Entertainment advanced analytics platform for streaming media and music.
Here's a look at ProgrammableWeb's most recent directory additions, including 8 new APIs, new source code samples and a new client.
Microsoft has helped UK indie-pop artist Neon Hitch build a personal API for her fans that she hopes will encourage more young girls to get involved in computer programming.
Real-time music aggregator Musikki has recently releases its Music API. This API gives third-party access to “IMDB of music.”
Senzari announced the upcoming release of MovieGraph, a new platform that allows developers to add a Netflix-like recommendation experience to applications.
Systemline is promoting an "Open API" for their home music systems to attract more manufacturers and installers.
Music APIs span a wide range of capabilities and meet wide-ranging criteria. These APIs rank among the best in the category.
Twitter’s #Music app was pulled from the App Store in April 2014, just a year after its launch. The company has partnered with Saavn for a related product.
At APIdays in Paris, Cedric Begoc explained how APis are disrupting the music industry and shared examples of how developers are using the Spotify APIs to create new products.
Developers who build Spotify functionality into their own apps can now monetize them in the App Store or Play Store, but there's a catch.
STAT!Ref's API lets developers include a search bar on their applications that gives users access to a wide range of medical information.
Senzari unveiled MusicGraph.ai, a graph analytics and intelligence engine for music, at the 2014 GraphLab Conference.