AppURL is a service that connects applications to the web using HTTP URLs. AppURL offers features such as cross-platform linking, ability for applications to show up in search engine results, and documentation to help other developers understand how to link to the applications.
The AppURL API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of AppURL with other applications. Some example API methods include transforming apps to links, uploading JSON files to URLs, and retrieving URL links.
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