The Flickr iOS library by David Gileadi offers to choose images from social media and photo libraries with flickr API. In his work, the author provides instructions to use the picker setting up Facebook, Dropbox, and Instagram accounts. Developers can also choose to create their own image source by building their own picker. This library is written in Objective-C.
It seems that photo applications, be it mobile or web, are making their presence felt via small but innovative ways in which they bring photographs together. Facebook is the largest photo sharing site available today and if you can somehow tap into that to create an interesting social experience, the results are bound to be dramatic, as Pixable’s Photofeed application has managed to do.
When the Netflix API turns three in October, it will also be making some big changes. With a focus on the quickly growing streaming service, Netflix will remove access to its DVD-related API calls. That means any websites or mobile apps that help organize your DVD queue will switch to only providing results that are available on its Netflix Instant streaming service.
Gnip, never ceasing to expand access to social media data, has launched its YouTube Comments API. With the new API, Gnip hopes to offer more value to social media managers with regards to insight-rich comments that often prove difficult to harness as comments continue far after a YouTube post. Gnip includes the API as part of its famed Enterprise Data Collector.