Mashups using the same API (214)
Google Maps, Yahoo Local Maps, and Windows Live Local all in one location. Search for businesses, get directions, explore and discover using patented lensing technology from IDELIX.
Map of basketball courts, tennis courts, golf courses, softball/baseball fields, pool halls and bowling alleys by city.
Shop for products, sales, discounts on Windows Live from your mobile phone. Simply TXT the product details or shop using WAP and Email. Configure alerts and get updates on new deails.
Geolocating your users can create a better experience, but it can also be used in devious ways. For example, cathysteeth.com claims to have a cosmetic dentistry solution discovered by a mom. And wouldn't you know it, Cathy lives in your home town. And your home town.
If the Queen of England used public transportation, she wouldn't have far to walk from her Buckingham Palace home. And finding her nearest stop is now very easy since Transport of London has implemented a Google Maps mashup of bus routes.
||PortaText is an SMS marketing platform based in Florida. Its features include bulk SMS, integrated notifications, added security, and auto responder. PortaText as a platform can be used as a...||Marketing||02.02.2016|
Bulk SMS Gateway
||The Bulk SMS Gateway API is a service provided by KAPSYSTEM, a fast growing Bulk SMS Gateway/API Provider Company in India. Kapsystem offers promotional and transactional bulk SMS services and...||Messaging||01.17.2016|
||The Direct SMS API is a manageable, feature-rich SMS Gateway and REST API that lets users integrate SMS into their applications or systems. With the Direct SMS API, users can send, retrieve, receive...||Messaging||01.13.2016|
||The UnificationEngine API can be used to access UnificationEngineAPI endpoints, which can communicate with various connectors, such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Xing, Weibo and more. With this API...||Messaging||01.12.2016|
||The OpenStreetMap TagFinder API is a RESTful HTTP API that provides users access to the underlying data on the OpenStreetMap wiki. Users can integrate TagFinder data in their webpage or application...||Classification||01.12.2016|