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12 Top Music APIs

There are a wide range of music services on the internet that developers could tap into to create music applications, and there are hundreds of APIs available for developers to use for those applications. Here we highlight the most popular music APIs that are listed on ProgrammableWeb.

Daily API RoundUp: Genomelink, Milez, Wonde, Smappee

Twelve APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Economics and Energy. Highlights include the QuickChart API for creating data charts, the Genomelink API for adding DNA profiled genetic attributes to apps, and the Milez API for frequent flyer miles data.

Daily API RoundUp: Star Trek, App Store, PayJoy, Tangany, MAAS

Nine APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Marketplace, Big Data, and Blockchain. Featured today is the STAPI API, which provides Star Trek TV show, film, comics data and data from other sources. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.

ProgrammableWeb's Most Clicked, Shared and Talked About APIs of 2018: Big Data and Analytics

This portion of our series about the Most Interesting APIs in 2018 encompasses all APIs developers could utilize for data manipulation purposes, such as accessing data, extracting data from web sources, creating reports and visualizations, database administration, linking data in apps, and more.

Daily API RoundUp: GitHub, Findaspot, Mapfit, Beekeeper

Ten APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Podcasts, Location, and Machine Learning. Featured today is the GitHub Security Advisory API, two APIs for Mapfit, and an API for obtaining FEMA flood zone data. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.

Google Adds Quick, Draw! API

In 2016 Google released Quick, Draw!, a digital version of Pictionary that uses machine learning to guess what users are drawing in their browser. Google is now providing the entire data set behind this algorithm as an open source API, allowing developers to research the way people draw.