Mashups using the same API (3218)
Type an address and see current traffic conditions on a map.
A directory of Twitter lists, listatlas shows you what's popular, fast-growing and new. You can also search by keyword and find Twitter lists.
Get directions, find a great restaurant and grab a drink before you see your favorite team or artist.
While Twitter mashups continue their tremendous growth, there's another area we're also noticing blossom: Twitter APIs. These developer-created apps process data from Twitter, adding value and sharing that back out for developers.
There are any number of questions that can be answered by Wikipedia, but you can add "where am I?" to the list. Given any latitude/longitude coordinates, the WikiLocation API will find you corresponding Wikipedia articles to tell you about your surroundings.
Google Maps Directions
||The Google Maps Directions API calculates directions for traveling between locations programmatically. Users can get directions for different modes of transportation, such as transit, driving,...||Mapping||12.05.2017|
Google Maps Distance Matrix
||The Google Maps Distance Matrix API allows developers to get travel distances and times for a matrix of origin and destination points. These values are calculated based on the recommended route...||Mapping||12.05.2017|
Jikan Unofficial MyAnimeList
||Jikan is an unofficial MyAnimeList PHP based API that covers what the official MyAnimeList API lacks. There are methods for querying Manga and Anime, characters, persons, users, popularity, and...||Animation||11.16.2017|
||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|