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Twelve APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Internet of Things, News Services, Hacking and Email. Here, we summarize the new additions and how they can assist developers.
Atom.io is an open source hackable text editor. The Atom.io API allows users to customize contents of the editor. Atom.io API is in JSON protocol and is accessible with and API Key. Developers can download the API directly from the Atom.io website.
The ShortPixel API optimizes images for Wordpress, aiming to speed up websites. Optimized images will be reduced in size but not in quality. Developers can currently make one call from ShortPixel interface. The service can also be accessed by installing a plugin. We've categorized the ShortPixel API under the Optimization category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Optimization APIs.
Poio predicts languages from text. This text prediction service aims to support language diversity. The Poio API is part of an open source project created at CIDLes Media Lab, The Interdisciplinary Centre for Social and Language in Portugal. We've listed this API under the Language category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Language APIs.
The Apico Voice API is available in REST language and integrates calls services, interactive voice responses, audio recording, advanced call control, and callback features into web apps. Access the API with subscriber ID and password, secret key, or login and password of a rented phone number. We've categorized the Apico Voice API under the Voice category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Voice APIs.
Verifalia is built by Cobisi which offers software development tools for the .NET platform. The Verifalia API provides an email validation service that features a complete syntactical engine, role account detection, and disposable address detection. This RESTful API responds in JSON and with HTTP Basic Auth. This API is under the Email category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Email APIs.
Applozic's messaging app allows businesses to integrate messaging into apps without building a new infrastructure. The RESTful Applozic API can be used to send messages, get a list of messages sent to a user, delete a message, or delete a conversation thread. See the API documentation for detailed method descriptions. We've listed the Applozic API under the Messaging category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Messaging APIs.
Prioritize.io API aims to improve the productivity of a business by prioritizing tasks. The service identifies itself as a Prioritization-as-a-Service and is useful to improve practices at work when making decisions. The API is in JSON format and available with API Key from Mashape. We've categorized the Prioritize API under the Project Management category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Project Management APIs.
WhoSaidWhatNews API from Trooclick provides quotes from news articles. Using the API, developers can get content for applications such as quotes, speakers, speaker photos, story headlines, story summaries, company logos, related article URLs, and more. This JSON API is RESTful. This API is listed under the News Services category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of News Services APIs.
Angus.ai provides AI for text, voice, sound, image, video, text, laser, sonar, and accelerometers that are ready for setup in the cloud or on devices tuned for noisy-changing contexts. The Angus.ai API makes it easy for developers to give senses to machines with methods including age estimation, movement detection, voice tone analysis, obstacle detection, object acceleration and much more.
Angus.ai API can estimate face expression / image: Angus.ai
Onfleet provides logistic services and a way to manage local delivery operations. The Onfleet API allows developers to implement the service in existing apps. Features include metrics monitoring, driver support, and SMS integration. This REST API responds in the JSON format, with HTTP basic access authentication. The Onfleet API is listed under the Logistics category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Logistics APIs.
Wherrelz provides business technology solutions, web solutions and CRM services. Use Wherrelz's Cricket Score API to access live cricket match data from cricket matches worldwide. The API is RESTful and returns responses with JSON. See the API page for code samples and API access information. This API is listed under the Sports category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Sports APIs.
The Finicity Aggregation API allows fintech app developers to aggregate transaction and account data from over 10,000 financial institutions in the US and internationally. In addition to REST calls to onboard and refresh accounts, the Finicity Aggregation API supports account event delivery using TxPUSH (financial webhook standard). We've categorized the Finicity Aggregation API under the Financial category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Financial APIs.