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Twitter photo sharing service TweetPhoto is encouraging developers to use its platform by giving them a way to earn some money. The service pays developers by the number of photos that its users upload via the TweetPhoto API.
For busy mums with equally busy and demanding little ones, anything that can add convenience and simplicity to the everyday routine is a winner. One area where convenience is key, is shopping. GoMummy is an online flash sales shopping website for mums and kids, aimed at making the process easy and hassle free. The company now provides the GoMummy API which makes it possible for developers to take the idea even further by integrating the functionality with new websites and applications.
Gyft opened its doors in 2012 with a focus on transforming plastic gift cards into their much more convenient--and transferable--digital equivalents. Now, it's turned its attention to the gaming industry that rewards players with points, rewards, credits and coins. But when players want to cash out, gamers and others need to avoid high transaction costs, as CEO Vinny Lingham told Sarah Perez of Techcrunch.