Voxer Launches Data API for Voxer Business alongside a new single sign on, data encryption, and data retention features. Plus: Microsoft publishes Network API cheat sheet and 11 new APIs.
Voxer, leader in push-to-talk and multimedia messaging, has launched a series of enhancements to its Voxer Business solution. Among the updates comes the Data API. Through the Data API, businesses can audit and monitor employees in real-time. Enterprises receive more visibility into the data flowing through Voxer Business.
Itamar Kandel, Voxer Chief Revenue Officer, commented:
“For enterprise organizations that need to manage communication for thousands of employees, adopting solutions that are easy to implement and adhere to organizational policies is crucial….Voxer is enterprise ready, with new features – SSO, data encryption, data retention, and the data API, meeting the needs of our enterprise customers and helping them to deploy a solution that allows for more secure and efficient communication and business productivity.”
Today we had 11 new APIs added to our API directory including a mobile application user experience platform, a digital asset storage and sharing platform, a facial detection and recognition service, a search marketing service and most importantly a my little pony and fallout fan-fiction site. Below are more details on each of these new APIs.
Appsee API: Appsee is a platform that allows mobile application developers and publishers to understand their users. Appsee provides in-app visualization and analytics features to measure and improve the application user experience.
The Appsee API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Appsee with other applications. The main API method is retrieving application sessions and associated information.
Bitcasa API: Bitcasa is a platform that allows users to store, share, and access digital content, such as photos, videos, movies, music, and other documents. Bitcasa is a cloud platform that is accessible from any device.
The Bitcasa API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Bitcasa with other applications and to create new applications. Some example API methods include listing folders, deleting folders, and managing files and folders.
CeeQ API: CeeQ is a facial recognition product capable of detecting and recognizing faces in photographs, helping users to find themselves in public photos, manage photos and albums, and more.
The CeeQ API provides developers with face detection and recognition through a RESTful interface. The API can be used to create a custom database of photos, faces, and users, and to perform face detection and recognition.
Conductor Searchlight API: Conductor is a search engine optimization firm that helps users increase site traffic and increase revenue. The API, which uses REST calls and returns JSON, allows users to integrate the Conductor service into third-party apps where users can Integrate Searchlight with data from other marketing channels including paid search. Integrate with web content management systems and provide feedback to content authors and editors in real time as well as Integrate Searchlight with business processes and move away from copy-paste emails and error-prone spreadsheets. An account is required with service.
Fallout: Equestria Resource API: Fallout: Equestria is a crossover fanfiction series derived from the Fallout video game series and the television series My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. Fallout: Equestria Resource is the hub for the community that creates the thousands of new works of art, literature, and music dedicated to the series.
Fallout: Equestria provides an API providing programmatic access to the site’s data. The API delivers media files and metadata through a variety of methods, as well as site information.
MyLittleFaceWhen.com API: MyLittleFaceWhen.com is an online collection of Pony Reactions, a meme in which sprite images of characters from the television series My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic are shown making a variety of faces and reactions.
MyLittleFaceWhen.com hosts an API providing programmatic access to the image database. The API is able to deliver content and metadata, flag resources, and send feedback to the site’s developers.
Snipcart API: Snipcart is a service that lets users add a shopping cart to their website. The cart can be customized using HTML and CSS to make it match the site’s design. Snipcart is also capable of adapting to the customer’s screen size, allowing it to work just as well on mobile devices as PCs. Snipcart can perform payment processing, shipping estimates, and order management functions, all without taking the customer away from the user’s website. Developers can manage information on orders, customers, and discounts using the Snipcart API.
Sprylogics API: Sprylogics is a mobile solutions provider. Sprylogics provides capability of local search for mobile applications through their product, Poynt.
The Sprylogics API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Sprylogics with other applications. Some example API methods include searching for events, searching for products, accessing analytics, and sharing search results.
SwiftKey API: SwiftKey is a keyboard application that replaces mobile phone native keyboards. SwiftKey provides keyboard features that allow for typing on mobiles and tablets without using the native keyboard.
The SwiftKey API and SDK allow developers to access and integrate the functionality of SwiftKey with other applications and devices. Public documentation is not available; interested developers should contact SwiftKey here: http://www.swiftkey.net/en/sdk/.
Teads API: Teads is a platform for video advertising. Teads provides features and solutions for video advertising for content publishers and networks and advertisers.
The Teads API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Teads with other applications. Public documentation is not available; interested developers should contact Teads for more information: http://teads.tv/#/contact.
Telegram API: Telegram is a mobile messaging platform. Telegram offers highly encrypted messaging services so users can send messages, photos, and videos to selected contacts privately.
The Telegram API allows developers to access and integrate the functionality of Telegram with other applications. Some example API methods include managing contacts, checking phones, and sending and retrieving messages, photos, and videos.