Mashups using the same API (112)
A Google Maps, Foursquare and Twitter search API mashup that allows lovers of Toronto to tweet their favorite location or thing to do in Toronto. The application captures real time tweets or tweets...
Find out what events are going on in your city, which locations are hot right now and where your friends are. Currently only supports select cities in Austria.
Weekly email with deals from places you visit according to your foursquare checkins.
It's funny that when I talk to people in the travel industry about mashups and APIs, most of them get glazed looks in their eyes. Throw in terms like location based services or geospatial awareness and I've lost them. What most of them don't realize is that the majority of the travel apps that are starting to come out, both online and for mobile are mashups that are relying on location awareness and geospatial data. Many of them, like Pocketvillage are a consumer interface on top of a variety of APIs all normalized for a single homogenous user experience. That's right, it's essentially a metasearch tool that pulls in content from a variety of sources including Viator, GetYourGuide, TourCMS, Rezgo, AirBnB, and many others. What differentiates a metasearch like Pocketvillage from other metasearch applications however, is the fact that with location based services enabled, Pocketvillage can return content based on your current location. The issue right now however is that not all geo data is equal. Not all APIs provide geolocation information and some return it based on different criteria.
With Lemonade Stand, users can search for things to buy in a location-based manner, or add their own listings of things they wish to sell. The application is currently available as a client for Android, with a possible Windows Phone 7 version on the way soon as well, from a 3rd party developer that released an early version. Its Lemonade Stand API allows other developers to either code their own clients or use it in mashups.
Careful what photos you tweet--and where you were when you snapped the shot. There's another site designed to warn you against the hazards of over-sharing. This time it's not related to active location-sharing, but instead accidental. The meta-data stored in your photos may be giving away where you live.
||Navisens is a location platform that relies on inertial sensors such as accelerometers and gyroscopes in mobile devices. The Navisens API can be used to create applications that can locate mobile...||Location||10.17.2017|
PSMA Predictive Address Verification
||The PSMA Predictive Address Verification API returns fully parsed Australian address data, including geocoding information, based on user input. The service includes auto-completion and fuzzy...||Addresses||10.16.2017|
Indogsm Cell Phone Tracker
||The Indogsm Cell Phone Tracker API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Indogsm with other applications. Public documentation is not available. Indogsm provides cell phone...||Mobile||09.06.2017|
||Sygic's Autocomplete search is web based service that allows you to search as you type, providing suggestions that best match your input that is based on input string and your geolocation. The Sygic...||Travel||08.06.2017|
Sygic Route Optimization
||The Sygic Route Optimization API helps to find optimal waypoint sequence for routes with up to 200 stops. This request includes; Settings, Locations, Vehicles and more. The Sygic Travel itinerary...||Air Travel||08.06.2017|