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Of the many APIs we published this week, seventeen were highlighted on the blog by our team of writers. In this post, we’ll shine a spotlight on those seventeen, which included the Anime News Network Encyclopedia API. The Anime News Network holds a database of over 14,000 titles, from over 10,000 companies. The API allows developers to request general reports and detailed information about anime titles, for up to 50 requests at a single time.
The ProgrammableWeb API directory now includes 15 Bible APIs. With the majority of these APIs offering a verse lookup service, it is clear that developers have many options for retrieving this content. The Sermon Browser API is our latest addition to the directory and strives to offer an expansive collection of versions and languages of Bible text.
NameScan PEP & Sanction
||This REST API enables searching through a comprehensive list of Politically Exposed Persons, sanctioned individuals, and entities for the purpose of reporting for Anti-Money Laundering compliance.||Compliance||04.06.2017|
Gigablast Spell Check
||The Gigablast Spell Check API allows developers to perform spell checks on queries given in U.S. English. It corrects typos, contextual errors, and phonetic errors. This API costs $0.10 per 1000...||Spelling||03.28.2017|
Find That Email
||The Find That Email API allows users to integrate the ability to find the email address of any professional into their own platform or application. Find That Email does not scrape addresses from...||03.08.2017|
||The Heat Intelligence REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionalities of Heat Intelligence with other applications. Some example API methods include making requests and...||Customer Service||03.06.2017|
||The Ozlo REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Ozlo with other applications and to create new applications. The API allows for searching and retrieving, finding...||Reference||03.05.2017|