Cruvee Social

The Cruvee Social API allows partners to tap into Cruvee's social media monitoring event stream and historical index for wine conversations. Cruvee provides business intelligence and performance management services for the wine industry. This is a premium API and is fee based. The API uses RESTful protocol and responses are formatted in JSON. Currently the API is in beta form.
Cruvee Social

openBmap

The openBmap API returns GPS coordinates and polygon of the considered cellular zone. openBmap is a free and open map of wireless communicating objects (e.g. cellular antenna, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth). It provides tools to mutualize data, create and access this map. With the API users can get the GPS position from cellular networks Cell id. If the cell is not found in the database, it returns LAC data. If the LAC is not found in the database, it returns the MNC data. The API uses RESTful protocol and responses can be formatted in either XML, JSON or TXT.
openBmap

Retailigence

The Retailigence API allows developers to integrate local product information into their applications. Retailigence offers retailers a platform where they can publish their data and have it sent out to an ever-growing volume of mobile apps. Retailigence provides local product data to various mobile applications including barcode scanners and mobile product search applications. The API documentation is not publicly available but users can request it by email.
Retailigence

SciVerse Framework and Content

With SciVerse APIs, developers can build applications that appear alongside full text articles, journal abstracts and search results within the SciVerse Product Suite: ScienceDirect, Scopus and SciVerse Hub. The SciVerse Applications platform has two major components: The SciVerse Application Framework utilizes Shindig, an implementation of Open Social, as its core. The Framework APIs render the application within the browser and provide contextual information to the application including the user's query, preferences and the page he is viewing. SciVerse Content APIs for accessing the content currently available within the SciVerse Product Suite. The APIs use a RESTful protocol and responses are formatted in either XML, JSON or ATOM + XML.
SciVerse Framework and Content

Tynt

The Tynt API allows users to retrieve the top engaging content across our network. Filter the API by one of two methods: Keyword Search or Top Content. Utilizing Tynt's patent pending Tynt Engagement Score™, Tynt analyzes millions of signals a day to highlight what users are engaging with the most. Since the Tynt Engagement Score™ is based on millions of implicit user interactions, it measures engagement better than explicit social "voting" where a small handful of promoters may collude to artificially boost content popularity rankings. Developers can use the API to build mobile and web applications, showcasing the most engaging content across the web. The API uses RESTful protocol and responses are formatted in JSON or JSONP.
Tynt

Tvider

Tvider is a video, audio and photo sharing service built on top of Twitter. Users can upload media, then share it in a tweet. The Tvider API exposes methods to authenticate the user, upload a media file and create a new status update on Twitter.
Tvider

CloudMade Geocoding

Converts addresses into a latitude and longitude point, useful for maps or for plugging into other mapping APIs, such as the CloudMade NavEngine for directions between two points. CloudMade is built upon OpenStreetMap data.
CloudMade Geocoding

CloudMade NavEngine

Provides driving, walking and biking directions via web service. Basic directions between two pairs of latitude/longitude points are supported, as well as more advanced directions options. The service allows developers to pass multiple points and receive directions for the entire trip. CloudMade is built on top of OpenStreetMap data.
CloudMade NavEngine

MapQuest Geocoding

The Geocoding API allows you to find the coordinates (latitude/longitude) of a location based on the address provided. Additional features include reverse geocoding, batch geocoding, viewport biasing, thumbnail images, and more. Requests can be submitted as key-value pairs, JSON, and XML.
MapQuest Geocoding

MapQuest Search

The Search API provides a simple interface to return geographic search results. Searches can be done via a radius, rectangle, polygon, and corridor search. Options to search remote and underlying map data are also available in addition to searching MapQuest's hosted data.
MapQuest Search