Hyperpublic is a platform that collects geographic and local information from the web. Hyperpublic collects open data on places and points of interest, local deals and events, and other geo data that can be integrated into location-aware applications.
The Hyperpublic API allows developers to access Hyperpublic geo data for integration with other applications and to build other location-aware applications. Some example API methods include listing places, creating places, showing deals, listing deals, and managing information about places, deals, and events.
Hyperpublic shut down its API in March 2012 after being acquired by GroupOn.
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