Flocknote enables users to create and send simple email newsletters and text messages to groups of people. It was designed primarily for churches, ministries, and other such organizations. Flocknote handles all of the subscribing, unsubscribing, open-rate tracking, bounces, and related issues.
Recipients can choose to receive messages by email, text message, or both. If some group members don't do email or texting, Flocknote can call them on the phone or reach them via Facebook, Twitter, or RSS instead. The Flocknote API makes this service's functions accessible to other sites and services via REST calls.
Of the many APIs we published this week, fourteen were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll shine a spotlight on those fourteen, which included the Stamps.com API. The Stamps.com API provides web-based applications or ecommerce site with a platform allowing users to generate USPS shipping labels in virtually any technology environment
Flocknote's aim is to make the bulk emailing process a simple one. The service was originally created as a tool for churches, ministries and other organisations that had the need to communicate quickly and effectively with their members. The result is an easy-to-use email and text messaging service that gets the job done without the glitches involved in some more complicated systems. Flocknote also provides The Flocknote API that makes his functionality available to third party developers who may want to integrate it with other applications.
2FA link from AMEEX mobile offers two-factor authentication (2FA) for users to secure accounts and prevent phishing attacks. The company offers a SMS API to send authentication request codes to users...