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Daily API RoundUp: Noodlio, Mambu, Raygun

Twenty APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Printing, Banking and Security. Highlights today include several APIs from Mambu for banking services and an API from InfoTrie that tracks sentiment about stocks and news trends. Here's a look at the new additions

Citi Launches CitiConnect API

Citi expanded its API portfolio with access to its CitiConnect platform. CitiConnect allows users to streamline cash management needs. The CitiConnect API grants access to the entire CitiConnect platform from ERP and treasury management systems. Citi expects lowered risk and reduced costs in turn.
03-02-2017

TrueLayer Launches New Banking API

TrueLayer has launched an API that allows developers to connect apps with customer account data from banks and credit cards across the UK. TrueLayer developed the API with the intent to create a platform where data is synced across apps and any integrated app can send payments or make purchases.

Daily API RoundUp: AdStage, KIDOZ, Plesk

Twenty One APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Games, Advertising, Financial and Spam. Highlights today include APIs for locating cell towers, integrating chat for customer service, and querying financial information of businesses and individuals.

The Sun Finally Sets on the Google Earth API

Over two years after Google originally announced the end of the Google Earth API, Google will finally sunset the API today. January 11, 2017 is the official sunset date that many had hoped Google would continue to delay. The popular API is based on the outdated NPAPI plugin framework.

Wipro Launches Open Banking API

Wipro announced the launch of a new Open Banking API. As the Open Banking concept grows across the globe, Wipro has launched the API to enable financial institutions to create developer communities around specific institutions. Further, the API will allow developers to adjust to new regulations.