Mashups using the same API (2577)
GeoFeeling geolocates feelings of bloggers on the map, making use of APIs: Google Maps and WeFeelFine which has been harvesting human emotions from a large number of weblogs: LiveJournal, MSN Spaces...
A place where you can share interesting photos and stories about animals that live in this new jungle we call town, city, backyard, or even our bodies. Faunapolis purpose is to document these wild...
Play a game based on Google Maps. You can create riddles and try to solve riddles created by other people. You get a picture of a place somewhere on Earth and have to find this place.
Services like Find My iPhone and Where’s My Droid have been helping people relax for years. The relief that comes from knowing where your phone is and being able to lock it until you get there is amazing. However, what if you lose a device that does not connect to cellular networks, like most laptops. That is where PlaceEngine and the PlaceEngine API come in.
Do you lie awake at night thinking about just how hard to ride your bike for 112 miles after swimming 2.4 miles and before running that 26.2 mile marathon without a break? Of course you do--especially if you're attempting an Ironman Triathlon. Turns out there's an optimal answer to that problem and a way to "cheat", courtesy of Joe Friel, legendary athlete, author and founder of TrainingPeaks. I'll get to that conundrum in a minute. The TrainingPeaks SOAP API helps coaches and athletes use the platform to add users, upload data, get works outs and achieve peak performance.
Last August was when Twitter first announced it would offer geocoded tweets. With it, user locations are tied to their updates. That feature was rolled out in November. Two months later comes word that it's getting very little use. TheNextWeb reports that less than one-fourth of one percent of all tweets are geo-tagged. For every 430 messages that pass through Twitter, only one has a location--very, very few. Why? Read on for a few potential ideas.
||The Polar AccessLink API allows you to obtain a direct information sharing link between the Polar ecosystem products such as their health trackers and smart watches and and organization’s own data...||Wearable||10.30.2017|
||The Blackout Rugby API is designed for use in the integration of rugby data in applications. The RESTful API returns responses in JSON format. Blackout Rugby is a sports management game.||Sports||10.29.2017|
||Abios is a Stockholm-based esports company that provides engaging data and statistics services. The Abios Esports API provides access to the broad esports games database. Use the API to integrate...||Sports||10.20.2017|
||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|