This is the Android SDK for Kamcord, allowing developers to access and integrate the functionality of Kamcord with Android applications and devices through C and Java. Kamcord is platform that allows users to record and share their video and mobile game playing activity.
For several years millions have shared the places they've been using the Where I've Been website and Facebook application. The site also has an API (our Where I've Been API profile), which allows for much of the same functionality, such as searching countries, marking it visited and adding content such as a story or photo.
Transloadit offers media upload, modification, and storage as a service for developers who need that functionality (or, as Transloadit's homepage puts it, "geeks who run web or mobile applications") but don't want to worry about it themselves. There aren't too many moving parts to it, but they're ones a lot of applications make use of. The Transloadit API's main functions include: file upload, image resizing, video file encoding, image thumbnail creations, and file storage on Amazon S3.
The YouTube API is one of the most popular APIs in the directory, where we currently list over 500 YouTube mashups. Some recent mashups of the day have really stretched the definition of a YouTube mashup. These three examples below would surely be in the running if we ever revisit our top 10 YouTube mashups of all time.