Businesses use the iCapture on their tablets to capture customer data sucha s names, emails and preferences and add them to their ConstantContact account. The app can be used off line at trade shows and networking events as well. RoundBuzz involves growing lists with location-aware text check-ins. A prompt is given to customers on checking in at a given location. AdLeads offers a mobile sign-up with an ad campaign.
Today we had 3 new APIs added to our API directory including a blog and rss feed reader, an online store creation and management service and a user behavior data and analysis platform . Below are more details on each of these new APIs.
feedly API: feedly is an RSS, blog-feed reader. feedly allows users to aggregate and track all of the blogs and RSS feeds they want to follow in one application (for web, mobile, and tablet).
The feedly API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of feedly with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include retrieving RSS subscriptions. managing categories of RSS feeds, and managing user information.
Jumpseller API: Jumpseller is a hosted service for creating and managing professional online stores without any technical knowledge. Jumpseller provides a gallery of themes that are compatible with many different kinds of devices. Users also have the option of creating a custom theme or simply embedding Jumpseller within their current website. Jumpseller supports a wide range of payment methods including PayPal, credit cards, bank transfers, and more. Users can alter their websites’ and payment gateways’ language, currency, shipping cost, and taxes by country or region.
Qubit API: Qubit is a user behavior data and analysis platform. Qubit’s Behavioral Attribution product allows companies and brands to track user behavior to target their marketing efforts.
The Qubit Behavioral Attribution API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality and data of Qubit with other applications, including data visualization applications such as Tableau. Public documentation is not available; interested developers should email firstname.lastname@example.org for API access.