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Thirteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Bitcoin, Politics, Torents and Nutrition. One highlight today is an API which provides data from Hilliary Clinton's emails while she was Secretary of State.. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
AppMonsta provides app marketplace data. The AppMonsta API allows developers to get app data for all apps offered by Google Play and the iOS App Store. Data available through this API includes rankings, basic information from the app's description page, and user reviews associated with each app. This data is refreshed on a daily basis. The AppMonsta API is listed under the Applications category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Applications APIs.
Crawl the iOS App Store and Google Play stores for rankings, prices, reviews and othre data with this API / image: AppMonsta
WikiLeaks Hillary Clinton Email Archive publicly available API contains the 30,322 emails and email attachments sent to and from Hillary Clinton's private email server while she was Secretary of State. Developers can get emails by subject, sender, recipient and lists of senders and recipients with the API. The API is listed under the Politics category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Politics APIs.
Bitcoin Block Explorer provides information about blocks and transactions on the Bitcoin blockchain. The Block Explorer REST API allows developers to view real-time information about blocks, addresses, and transactions. API methods include obtaining a block hash by height, address properties, transactions by block and address, and transaction broadcasting. The Block Explorer Web Socket API provides objects for transactions on the Bitcoin block chain. The "Status" event is published in the sync room, and returns current block syncing information. This API is served using socket.io. This API is listed under the Bitcoin category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Bitcoin APIs.
Nutritionix database provides nutrition data of over half a million grocery items, restaurant foods, and common foods. This Nutritionix Track REST API powers the Nutritionix Track mobile app. It can be combined with the v1.1 Nutritionix Branded Foods API to create a nutrition logging experience for your health and fitness apps.
The PredictHQ API is an events intelligence platform. The API aggregates events such as holidays, school holidays, concerts, festivals, performing arts, community, sports, conferences, expos, daylight savings, airport delays, severe weather, natural disasters, and predicts how these events could affect your business. The API allows users to filter events and integrate it into their target products or applications to operate as a single source of data for events. All events have a numeric ranking so developers have the ability to further filter by major to minor events. The PredictHQ API is listed under the Events category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Events APIs.
The Bitport platform is used to download torrents to the cloud, and play them online. The Bitport API allows developers to create torrent related extensions and plugins. Also, torrents can be accessed anywhere, and big torrents are downloaded faster. All the work is done by Bitport's servers; so, the user's IP address is kept secure. The Bitport API is listed under the Torrents category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Torrents APIs.
The Sharethrough API offers monetization management, engagement analytics, and on-demand native advertisement supply with the Sharethrough Exchange. Native advertising yields twice the visual focus and more consumer attention than their non-native counterparts. Developers need to register to access API documentation. The Sharethrough API is listed under the Monetization category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Monetization APIs.
The throwawaymail getalias API allows users to generate usernames or aliases, such as pointedtomahawk547 and accurateokapi14. The API can generate more than 22 billion unique aliases. Requests are limited to 60 per minute, unless the user has an API token. This API is free to use and is maintained without warranty. We've listed this API in the Random category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Random APIs.
The Fomo API allows developers to integrate social proof into their websites and apps to increase the rate of on-page conversions. Fomo can display recent customer actions - such as purchases, newsletters, and sign-ups - to help motivate other potential customers to do the same. Fomo started out as a Shopify plugin and now serves over 3,000 websites. The Fomo API is listed as a Marketing API. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Marketing APIs.
datasnap.io provides predictive insight based on proximity-triggered user engagement. The datasnap.io Event API allows developers to send all of the events they want to analyze to the datasnap.io system from their apps. Such events include beacon sightings, beacon entry and exit events, campaign clicks, etc. The datasnap.io Analytics API allows developers to pull data into any system. It has a set of pre-configured methods for slicing and filtering data. The datasnap.io Entity API allows developers to populate all major entities that they use in their reporting and analytics. Some of the entities available through this API are beacons, geofences, campaigns, etc. The datasmap APIs are listed under the Data category. See ProgrammableWeb's complete list of Data APIs.