Waze is a mobile application available on iOS, Android, and Windows Phone that helps users keep up to date with traffic, navigation, and route info. This app combines the benefits of saving time and gas on the road. An iOS SDK is available to develop mobile applications. The required items include an Apple iOS SDK, Waze source code, and a couple of TrueType fonts. Additional data uploaded on the site may be necessary. With this official iOS SDK supported by Waze, developers can build applications related to traffic, transportation, and travel thinking in how a social community can improve driver lives. 7 steps available to build applications are located on Waze's site.
It's no secret that Facebook's Graph API and widgets have contributed a great to Facebook's success and never-ending permeation of the web as we know it. Looking to make a similar move, LinkedIn has recently expanded its own developer platform and LinkedIn API. The new LinkedIn tools aren't just aimed at developers. With just a couple lines of code, you can begin integrating LinkedIn in to your web page with a variety of plugins and widgets.
Riders on New York City subways are subject to all sorts of sights. For several months, that has included prominent advertisements for the MTA API, the developer program of New York City's transit company. The ad (pictured below) includes the headline, "Our apps are whiz kid certified."
Who has time to fit exercise into their busy schedules these days? Or maybe there is time, but most of us simply lack the motivation to get up and do it. So what if there was an app that could give you that motivation? The Running Club app is a virtual running club that allows users to schedule live activities with friends in different locations.