Mashups using the same API (830)
ProgrammableWeb lists many popular Music APIs in the directory including Last.fm, 7digital and Spotify Metadata. This post features a few really creative, entertaining mashups that use a few popular Music APIs.
There's been some great new music mashups coming down the pipe lately. We'll highlight some of the better ones below, including a music search engine, local music events, lyrics lookup, a Spotify video playlist app (yes, there's a Spotify API) and a fun "name that tune" game. The most popular music API, the Last.fm API, is featured multiple times, as is the YouTube API, which has become a favorite of music mashups.
Think the social web is big? When it comes to connecting Twitter, Facebook and others to the rest of the web, APIs are there to do the heavy lifting. The category continues to explode, already surpassing the number of social APIs added last year. Our directory currently lists 558 social APIs, with nearly 200 added this year.
||The Coras API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Coras with other applications. Public documentation is not available; interested developers should contact Coras at...||Tickets||06.27.2017|
||Linkfire helps you create intelligent links that route fans to the music they love, in the apps they love. Best of all – we do it all automatic. The linkfire API lets you: - Create Linkfire...||Music||06.13.2017|
Reincubate Cloud Data
||Reincubate's Cloud Data API provides access to application and user data across various platforms, from Apple's iCloud to Google's Android and Microsoft's Skype. The Cloud API makes app data...||Cloud||05.22.2017|
||The MuHu API allows developers to get information on vehicles, fleets, and their associated organizations. It can also be used to access live or recorded footage from a selected vehicle as well as...||Messaging||05.17.2017|
||The DataExport API allows you to use the data in your own application. The two supported methods for data exporting are Pagination and Streaming. Pagination is useful if you would like to use...||Data-as-a-Service||05.03.2017|