The Avatar API allows developers to get a user's profile picture and real name based on their email address. This can be used to personalize email-based communications or even just to add real names to a database of email addresses. The API uses public profile data held by Google, which includes information for more than 1 billion users.
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17-08-16 12:43:24[Brief] Daily API RoundUp: Pokemon Go Slack Integration, Basecamp 3, Open EdX, W3C Screen Orientation updated with Related API Avatar