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The Axesso Amazon Data Service API returns detailed Amazon product information including product title, manufacturer, reviews, size selection, and retail price. Additionally, the API supports product recommendations as provided by Amazon and invoke keyword searches to find up to 20 products relating to the searchterm. This service is comparable to the Amazon Product Advertising API, but presented in a more condensed manner. The usage requires a API Key in production mode. Find further information in our documentation http://api-doc.axesso.de/ or use our SDK https://github.com/Axesso/axesso-java-client. Please contact us to get full access to the API, to get a private plan or discuss your requirements relating to request amount and concurrency: [email protected]
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Imgur's API exposes the entire Imgur infrastructure via a standardized programmatic interface. Using Imgur's API, you can do just about anything you can do on imgur.com, while using your programming language of choice. If you're familiar with the APIs of Twitter, Amazon's S3, del.icio.us, or a host of other web services, you'll feel right at home. The full documentation is available at: http://api.imgur.com
Jeannie (Voice Actions) is a virtual assistant with over three million downloads, now also available via API. The objective of this service is to provide you and your robot with the smartest response to any natural language question, just like Siri. Jeannie API provides an interface to the standard functions that users demand of modern voice assistants, like chatting, controlling your devices, looking up information, creating messages and much much more. You can extend this API to your own needs. It also provides useful metadata such as sentence analysis and entity extraction that goes beyond simple chatting and voice commands. Several million users have already been in contact with this API: http://www.voice-actions.com/ Examples: https://weannie.pannous.com/api?input=hi&login=test-user https://ask.pannous.com/?input=hi Complete documentation: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1dVG_B5Sc2x-fi1pN6iJJjfF1bJY6KEFzUqjOb8NsntI/edit
"Siri as a service" The objective of this service is to provide you and your robot with the smartest answer to any natural language question, just like Siri. This service provides an interface to the standard functions that users demand of modern voice assistants. For example chatting, looking up information, creating messages and much much more. It also provides useful metadata such as sentence analysis and entity extraction that goes beyond simple chatting and voice commands. Over 3 million users have already been in contact with this API: http://www.voice-actions.com/ Examples: https://weannie.pannous.com/api?input=hi&login=test-user For examples and documentation see https://ask.pannous.com/?input=hi
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Microsoft Translator APIs can be seamlessly integrated into your applications, websites, tools, or other solutions to provide multi-language user experiences. Leveraging industry standards, it can be used on any hardware platform and with any operating system to perform language translation and other language-related operations such as text language detection or text to speech. Click Here for more information about the Microsoft Translator API.
Twilio powers the future of business communications, enabling phones (SMS, calls), VoIP, and messaging to be embedded into web, desktop, and mobile software. We take care of the messy telecom hardware and expose a globally available cloud API that developers can interact with to build intelligent & complex communications systems. As your app’s usage scales up or down, Twilio automatically scales with you.
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