Eattr is an application to find local restaurants in India. The app features 25 cities in India to help users discover food in the closest place depending on the current location. This app includes a map to calculate the distance from current location and a description of every place to choose from a particular preference of food. Reviews are available to evaluate quality of product and service. With Eattr, an app that users Zomato API, users can find local food in India, add meal tips and find restaurant deals.This app needs access to user’s identity and location.
Taaza.com is one of the leading job search engine sites in India which aggregates jobs from all leading job sites in the country. Taaza is a multi-dimensional Indian portal that has various sections...
Factual provides easy access to the data that drives mobile, web, and enterprise applications. Factual recently improved upon its 58 million points of interest when it enhanced its Restaurants Data. Factual added over 400,000 restaurants to its database (bringing the total count over 1.2 million) and expanded the attributes available. The company provides the Factual API that enables developers to access this data.
Winewinewine.com is a wine lovers’ resource (written in Dutch) that can help track wine collections and provide wine recommendations for food pairing. The company’s artificially Intelligent advisor, “WineStein”, is designed to make pairing food and wine simple. First you select a dish, then click “show wine advice”, then WineStein quickly populates a list of recommendations. Users can easily navigate the recommendations to find reviews, detailed analysis and make a personal note to aid others in their decision. With the WineStein API developers can easily integrate this functionality into existing e-stores.
Food-sharing mobile photo app Foodspotting had an API since day one. Of course, every mobile app has an API, at least if it needs to store or retrieve non-trivial data. Most of those interfaces stay hidden away, private APIs with only that single, internal audience. Foodspotting, on the other hand, signed Zagat as an early partner and now also has OpenTable, among others, using its Foodspotting API. The company is not exactly making it widely available for any developer, though the documentation is public, planting it in a vast grey area that's becoming increasingly common.