HireAHelper is an online marketplace for moving labor, providing both commercial and residential customers with the additional help needed to complete relocation projects. Using HireAHelper, users can rent a moving truck or a portable moving container anywhere in the United States and allow a mover booked through HireAHelper do all the heavy lifting. It may reduce fees and additional overhead costs that can make relocating expensive.
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Fourteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Games, Location, and Security. One hightlight today is an API that provides player and game stats for the popular soccer battling car game, Rocket League. Here's a summary of the new additions.
||Superchargers.io is a GraphQL API to programmatically find stores for automaker Tesla, also Tesla Superchargers, Destination Chargers, and Service centers. You can filter locations by specific...||Transportation||01.18.2017|
||The Rentivo API provides rental website building for businesses. Customization, account management, and property owners are the main features provided by Rentivo, that offers the interface with HTTPS...||Rentals||12.28.2016|
Unofficial Google Play Store
||This is an unofficial API that allows you to query the Google Play store programatically. It's completely free to use. You can search for an android app, and receive back in JSON format, data about...||Applications||11.30.2016|
Proximus EnCo Address Scoring
||The Proximus EnCo Address Scoring API integrates directory data such as street names, localities, and addresses. Available in JSON architecture with its respective HTTP requests. Token is required...||Internet of Things||10.31.2016|
Windows Store Submission
||The Windows Store Submission API allows developers to programmatically access their apps, add-ons, and package flights submissions to the Windows Store. This API could be used to retrieve data for...||Applications||10.28.2016|