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Twenty-Two APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including SEO, Sports, and Messaging. Highlights include several APIs for integrating with Cryptocurrency exchange services and several Google APIs. Here’s a rundown of the latest additions.
Sportdeer.com is a sports data provider. Developers can use the Sportdeer Football API to build applications that connect to the Sportdeer.com platform. The API provides access to a variety of football parameters including teams, players, livescores, fixtures, leagues, lineups, referees, seasons, and historical results, among others. The RESTful API conveys responses in JSON or XML format. The Sportdeer API is listed under the Sports category. See ProgrammableWeb‘s complete list of Sports APIs.
The Install IPA API creates OTA (Over the Air) installation links for iOS Apps. This API allows iOS apps to be installed by clicking a link, rather than uploading the app via USB in iTunes. It is designed to assist in the live device testing phase of iOS app development. The Install IPA API is listed under the Application Development category. See ProgrammableWeb‘s complete list of Application Development APIs.
The SerpWow API aggreates the largest search engines and eCommerce sites to deliver SEO data. Developers can retrieve SEO data from Google, Bing, Yahoo and Amazon via the SerpWow API. The API can be used to enqueue multiple queries via one endpoint. Results are available in JSON format. SerpWow pricing is based on credits with no monthly commitments. The SerpWow API is listed under the SEO category. See ProgrammableWeb‘s complete list of SEO APIs.
Syniverse Technologies is a business telecommunications provider. Four Syniverse APIs have been added to our Messaging category. The Syniverse Voice API returns data to call one or more recipients, supporting domestic US and Canada Local calling. The Syniverse Push API integrates messaging push notifications in text or rich media format for iOS and Android. The Syniverse OTT (Over The Top) API returns data to and from end-users of Facebook Messenger and WeChat mobile apps. The Syniverse SMS & MMS API returns mobile telephony data including cross-channel messaging capability, voice calling service, and Contact resource.
Cryptocurrency, Bitcoin and Blockchain are currently some of our fastest growing categories on ProgrammableWeb. We have recently added several APIs for integrating applications with various currency exchange services to our Cryptocurrency category. These APIs include:
ACX Cryptocurrency Exchange API, which allows developers to simplify the construction of digital trading tools and applications for Australia’s largest digital currency exchange.
CoinEx API, which allows users to integrate cryptocurrency trading tools into applications from CoinEx global digital coin exchange.
ChangeNOW Exchanger API is also available. ChangeNOW is a web cryptocurrency exchange in which users don’t need to register or leave personal information to avoid identification and financial theft.
Currex API currently provides currency exchange rate for 95 currencies, but is growing to include many more.
Coincheck Exchange API provides access to both public API and private API endpoints. Coincheck is Japan’s largest Bitcoin exchange.
Cryptopia Exchange API allows users to integrate cryptocurrency trading features from this New Zealand based exchange into third-party applications.
We’ve added quite a few offerings from Google in the past few weeks. Highlights are listed here.
Google DFP Reporting API allows users to run and download a report and covers using an existing saved report query, and creating an ad hoc report query. DFP is short for DoubleClick for Publishers.
Google App Engine Admin API allows developers to provision and manage their App Engine applications. It enables developers with the ability to build scalable web and mobile backends in any language on Google’s infrastructure.
Google Cloud App Engine Tasks API Task resource represents a single task to be handled by a client. It deletes a task from a TaskQueue, gets the named task in a TaskQueue, inserts a task into an existing queue and more.
Google Discovery Service API provides a way to build libraries, IDE plugins, and other tools to interact with Google APIs. This JSON-based API exposes machine-readable metadata about Google APIs, including a directory of supported APIs, a machine-readable “Discovery document” for each of the supported APIs, resource schemas based on JSON Schema and more.
Google Ad Exchange Buyer API allows applications to access and update account information, to submit creatives, and discover direct deals that sellers make available.
Google AdSense Management API allows developers to retrieve reports on AdSense earnings and manage AdSense inventory.
Google Cloud Firestore RPC API provides several administrative services for Cloud Firestore. Firestore is a development database from Firebase and Google Cloud Platform.
Google Accelerated Mobile Pages Cache API retrieves a list of AMP URLs for a given list of public URLs. Google AMP Cache serves cached copies of valid AMP content published to the web. The AMP Project is an open-source initiative that enables the creation of high-performing websites and ads.