Facebook iOS SDK engages users in social applications. With this SDK, users can share messages from an app to Facebook, they can reach a target audience using the right ads, and increase visibility when a consumer is redirected to the AppleApp store. Some examples of applications developed with this SDK include Friend Smash and Swag Shop.
Queeky is an interactive online drawing community for lovers of drawing and online art. The platform provides special drawing tools for users to create their own masterpieces and also showcases work from a worldwide collection of creatives in its galleries. The QueekyPaint API makes it possible to add this data to personal blogs and websites.
At YourTrove, a lot of what we do involves ingesting social content via APIs and then regularizing that data within our system. For a lot of data, this is pretty straightforward. For example, while Facebook and Flickr might return different meta data, or name fields differently, no one disagrees that a photo is a photo. This is true for essentially all uploaded binary user generated content.
In January, OnStar announced an API would allow third party developers to integrate their applications with OnStar's platform. Last week, General Motors announced its first partner for API integration: RelayRides. RelayRides is "[t]he world's largest peer to peer carsharing marketplace." The partnership with GM allows OnStar users to leave their keys in their cars when renting a car to a fellow RelayRider. The renter can then unlock the car with a smartphone app or by responding to a text message.