Shutterstock's API is best used by e-commerce sites, , creative tools, mobile applications website, email and ad builders
Through use of the Shutterstock API partners can display Shutterstock's images directly on their sites. You can sign-up for the API here (https://developers.shutterstock.com/applications/new)
For more information, check out our developers homepage (https://developers.shutterstock.com/)
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The Shutterstock Ruby SDK by David Peterson is a gem that allows developers to integrate the Shutterstock API v2 into their Ruby applications. This SDK currently supports images, but not videos or music.