Mashups using the same API (2568)
A community-style Google Maps mashup that lets location evangelists own their favorite places in virtual terms, showcase them, share their thoughts and shape the discussion.
Gives you overflown countries between 2 points on Earth following the great circle (it's more or less the air route).
Track your own and your friends travels
Google Maps has implemented a much requested feature, draggable maps, into the Google Maps API. The feature has long been a part of the Google Maps site, but now developers can provide draggable maps for their users--and retrieve the results.
Do you know anyone with a car glovebox full of inked-up road maps? What a waste of paper (and ink!). Using Google Maps is, of course, the preferred method to mark up maps. One tool that makes it especially easy is Scribble Maps. And now it's testing "pro" features, a fee-based service with even more features.
||#blue is a service that stores text messages in a conversational style. With this API, client apps can, on behalf of users, do almost anything that can be done through the #blue website. This...||Messaging||04.19.2011|
123Cloud SMS Broadcasting
||123Cloud provides UK hosting, domains, and dedicated servers for SMS broadcasting. 123Cloud's SMS services are designed for businesses doing bulk marketing in the UK. Costs start at Â£0.005 per...||Messaging||02.19.2014|
||1Map aims to provide basic GIS services to users throughout South Africa. At this stage, users can employ an address search in which multiple layers, including street addresses and stand numbers, can...||Mapping||04.02.2013|
||With the 2-WaySMS, users can re-send every incoming message to a specified script (via HTTP-POST request) or e-mail, and save it into the virtual inbox of the number owner. 2-WaySMS provides a...||Messaging||12.06.2010|
||247-BulkSMS is a bulk SMS service that is available for both direct use and resale. Its features include customizable sender IDs, message scheduling, multiple payment options, and more. Users can...||Messaging||09.04.2014|