migme is a social media service that offers chat, microblogging, and entertainment integrations to increase monetization through marketing and user onboarding. The RESTful migme API allows access to it's 9 million user base, enabling programmatic social media functionality, such as the acquisition of comprehensive user profile information, and the ability to invite friends, make a post, and bill a user for in-app purchases. The migme API is processed using HTTP requests and supports JSON formatting.


Clearent is an integration tool for eCommerce, combining sites, shopping carts, mobile interfaces, payment processing, and Point of Sale applications to create comprehensive payment-enabled eCommerce applications. The API is compatible with shopping carts such as ZenCart, OpenCart, OSCommerce, and custom user applications. Using the Clearent API, providers can process sales, authorizations, captures, refunds, and voids. The RESTful Clearent API is processed via HTTP. All requests require an API key for access. Clearent offers an API sandbox for testing purposes.


Lingout is an application localization service that can be integrated seamlessly into the user's development process. Lingout collects and manages files to make it easy to update translations at any time and in however many languages the user wants. Users can have their team translate content using a built-in editor or simply order a professional translation. The Lingout API provides methods for accessing the user's projects, resources, translations, and languages.


ApplyGem offers a web-based software that can be used to create forms and review applicants. The interface allows a recruiter to navigate forms, review applicants, filter by category, and more. The ApplyGem REST API allows developers to build web forms and applications on top of the ApplyGem interface by sending applicant data via a REST API. The API can be accessed by stating an account's API key within HTTP GET and POST requests.

V10 Data

V10 Data allows users to programmatically aggregate, search, license, access, and integrate automotive data into their websites or applications. It provides a convenient distribution channel where people pay only for the data they consume. Automotive data can be sold as individual entities or a complete set. Data may be licensed for different lengths of time, including a single use, caching for 24 hours, or perpetual rights for a specific application. The V10 Data API allow data vendors and data buyers to interact with the V10 Data website.


The SmartNotify API allows developers to track and analyze communication habits of customers. The aim is to provide optimized integration for communication mediums such as emails, phone calls, text messaging and social media. It also features predictive algorithms for preferred contact methods and analytic tracking.


Drizly is an on-demand alcohol delivery service. With a Drizly account, users in metropolitan areas can order beer, liquor, or wine to be delivered to their home in a purported 40 minutes or less. With the Drizly API, developers will be able to embed drink ordering into 3rd party applications. The API is currently in a private beta phase, and early access can be requested from the developer's portal. The Drizly service is operational in the following cities nationwide: Austin, Boston, Boulder, Chicago, Denver, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, New York City, Seattle, Washington DC, and Vail.


AppCorner is a discount listing service that catalogues deals and price drops on the App Store. Deals include iPhone, iPad and Mac discounted apps from App Store worldwide. The AppCorner.it API can be integrated into 3rd party websites or applications to showcase special deals and earn commission through the iTunes Affiliate Program. The AppCorner project is open sourced and can be forked on GitHub. The AppCorner API uses JSON and is RESTful.


The free-to-use Pokémon RESTful API (Pokéapi) is linked to an extensive database of Pokémon-related information- a true virtual Pokédex. Simple GET HTTP requests can be sent to the API to access 54,363 objects sourced from Pokémon video games covering Pokémon characters, abilities, moves, attack, life and defensive statistics, and more. This is a read-only API, and no authentication is required for it's use. So far to date the API has serviced over 13,000,000 requests. The Pokéapi is independently supported by Paul Hallett, a Python & Go API developer and avid GitHub contributor. In addition, 5 language specific libraries have been made to interface with the API for Python, .NET, Racket, Java & Ruby.


The Pressmon REST API queries an inputted word and returns it's different usages throughout varying languages. This is done by sourcing from press and literature in different languages which contain given words or word combinations, allowing one to retrieve examples of use of a word in different contexts. This tool could be useful for online dictionaries and other linguistic resources. Current available language categories for the API include: English, Spanish, Italian, German, Russian, French.