DiscoAPI allows developers to leverage real-time social media across channels. With the API, developers can construct applications and access data from major social networks including Facebook, Twitter, Dailymotion, Flickr, Tumblr, Google+, Instagram, Vimeo, and others. DiscoAPI parses social data to offer a single format for viewing and handling data. The API can find and filter out duplicates, and can filter by specific media types. DiscoAPI also offers server caches for storing large amounts of content. The search API offers phrase matching, search by geolocation, and more. An example of the DiscoAPI in use can be seen at www.buzzalot.com.
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