The Livefyre Android SDK authored by Gibron Kury, offers guides to integrate in Android Studio and Eclipse. Livefyre engage consumers through social reviews posted in social media and integrated in web platforms. With this in mind, the author created a sample app to study how to include reviews into a web app. This is the reference implementation: https://github.com/Livefyre/StreamHub-Android-Reviews-App
Our API directory now includes 95 sharing APIs. The newest is the Screenhero API. The most popular, in terms of mashups, is the Zillow API. We list 79 Box.net mashups. Below you'll find some more stats from the directory, including the entire list of sharing APIs.
The DataSift platform allows users to define a "stream" using filtering parameters such as keywords or locations. Users can immediately begin to receive data in real time as comments are posted on social media sites. With a license to access Twitter's full "Firehose", we offer users the ability to search for posts using all the metadata contained in a Tweet, making it a far more powerful search. Though we make the search available via the simple Datasift API, there's actually quite a bit that goes into it.