Mashups using the same API (660)
Travel search mashup portal that lets users track all the information about their favorite places. Also uses World66 open guide book and CIA Factbook maps. More on the way.
A trending tag visualization for Twitter and Flickr. Try out any tag you like by appending ?t=[twitter-tag]...
SpyTickr spys on Twitter, Flickr, Photobucket, del.icio.us, LinkedIn, Jaiku and YouTube in realtime.
The myriad of online photo album services that are available today have been threatening to make the humble printed photo album redundant for some time now (for example, we now have over 50 photo APIs in our directory). Despite this services like SnapFish, which offer the ability to easily print customized photo books, have remained incredibly popular. Started 10 years ago and still running strong with its new owner HP, SnapFish reportedly has over 85 million users worldwide. Now developers can get in on the action with the newly announced Snapfish Publisher initiative.
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.
In a bid for a larger chunk of the unified communications market, CounterPath announced an API for its Bria for Windows communications platform. The Vancouver company produces softphones, which allow users to make Internet phone calls (think Skype and Google Voice) from a computer or a mobile device. Although a relatively small player in the market, Counterpath has a respectable 10 million downloads of its client. Its client consists of X-lite, free, and Bria for commercial use. Bria offers voice and video over fixed, mobile and WiFi networks. It's ability to automatically switch to WiFi, allows users to stay connected while saving money.
||The CALLR JSON RPC API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of CALLR with other applications. Some example API methods include making calls, sending messages, retrieving...||Telephony||03.15.2017|
||The Octopus REST API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Octopus with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include making requests,...||Images||03.06.2017|
DIDForSale DID Management
||The DIDForSale DID Management API allows developers to get a list of phone numbers available for purchase as well as details about those numbers and how to buy them. The API is broken down into two...||Telephony||03.01.2017|
||The Burner API enables programmatic access to core telephony functions like sending and receiving messages and media, as well as the "business logic" layer the company spent years building. Key...||Telephony||02.21.2017|
Orange Business Talk
||The Orange Business Talk API enables customers to programmatically manage their voice sites, DID numbers, emergency zones, portability, etc. Business Talk is an enterprise solution for carrying...||Telephony||02.14.2017|