Mashups using the same API (6)
Fast Criminal Records provides the most complete online criminal records on anyone you know - instant, anonymous & accurate.
People Search World is a people search engine allows anyone to search public records, emails, US addresses, phone numbers and more for millions of people nationwide.
Criminal Database allows anyone to search public records, criminal records, arrest records, sex offenders and more for millions of people nationwide. It uses the IMSAS API.
LinkedIn, the social network for business, has announced an enhanced version of its People Search API. While the V1 Search API contained some powerful and easy-to-use features, the latest additions for the new API are quite impressive.
Last week Google announced the introduction of AdWords API Test Accounts, a new method of testing AdWords API requests sent from applications that are in development. AdWords Test Accounts are free to use and allow API requests to be made against the production version of the AdWords API.
U.S. Department of Labor Sweat & Toil
||The U.S. Department of Labor Sweat...||Government||11.10.2015|
Ditto Social Stream
||The Ditto Social Stream API provides metadata about public photos that Ditto continuously mines from Twitter and Tumblr. Users choose a basket of brands and the API returns metadata about the photos...||Recognition||11.02.2015|
||The English Dictionary API is a simple RESTful API for obtaining dictionary definitions of English words. The Dictionary API is based on the GNU Collaborative English Dictionary project.||Dictionary||11.02.2015|
Ontotext S4 Twitter Analytics
||Twitter IE is a named entity recognition service specially tuned to use Twitter data. It performs: * tokenisation, sentence splitting and part-of-speech tagging, using a model trained specifically...||Text||10.19.2015|
Ontotext S4 Semantic Biomedical Tagger
||The Semantic Biomedical Tagger (SBT) API offers developers built-in capability to recognize 133 biomedical entity types in text and semantically link them to a knowledge graph -- in this case...||Text||10.17.2015|