Vungle is a company that focuses on mobile advertising. It offers an engaging user experience with skippable and non-skippable ads, opt-in ads, and storefront ads. The SDK aims to turn applications into businesses. Available to download from the main site, along with support for Unity, AdobeAir, Corona, and Cocos2dx. Vungle offers a complementary guide that explains how to start monetizing in 10 minutes available at https://vungle.com/blog/2015/01/21/how-to-monetize-your-ios-app-in-10-minutes/
Magickly aims to make image manipulation possible as a simple web service. The Magickly API is very easy to use, and completely open source. It requires no API key, and allows a developer to use a lot of different image manipulations on any web-accessible image. Magickly is an open source, simplified version of the Aviary Effects API, which has a contest ending next week.
Twilio made its Programmable Video SDKs generally available. In addition to its GA versions of its video SDKs, Twilio launched a new REST API for Programmable Video. While thousands of apps have already utilized Twilio's video capability, Twilio says the tools are now production ready.
Roambi, a data visualization applications provider, has just announced the launch of Roambi Business, the company's new cloud platform that includes an API that "serves as a conduit for data and enables customers to automate data imports, create Roambi reports, and refresh data."