February 15, 2018
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Google has now made its closely-guarded Google Places API available to all developers, after nearly a year in closed beta. The API, first announced a year ago, returns business listings based on location. The search giant also added features that make the service useful for many types of local applications, in addition to simplifying the authentication process. With additional agreements, Google also allows for a healthy 100,000 queries, versus only 1,000 standard calls.
Soleo, a leading cloud-based communications solutions provider, has announced the launch of a brand new "2.0" version of the Soleo API which allows mobile app publishers and developers access to Soleo's database consisting of more than 1.5 million advertisers and real-time data for over 15 million local merchants.
Google recently announced that the Places SDK for Android has reached version 1.0.0. It replaces the Google Play Services version of the Places SDK, which has been deprecated and will eventually be turned off entirely. The core feature of the new Places SDK is a completely refreshed static library.