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WhitePages PRO provides direct access to the largest and most accurate contact information database for People and Businesses in North America. Contact information contains name, household members, address, deliverability, age, and phone numbers (land-line and mobile). Few of our customers include Sony, Vizio, Tickets.com, Oakley, Sephora and hundreds more. In numbers, database includes: Coverage of 91% US adults 1B+ records added/month 170M links between Phone and People/Business Some of the use cases include: 1. Fraud Prevention 2. Lead Verification and Enrichment 3. Identity Validation and Normalization 4. Personalization, Marketing and Sales Automation WhitePages PRO API consists of the following API methods: 1. Person API 2. Business API 3. Reverse Phone Lookup 4. Reverse Address Lookup 5. Entity Retrieval Documentation can found here: http://developer.whitepages.com/docs
This program takes a search query for a song name and returns all associated information including song name, artist name, album name (discography), album thumbnails, YouTube video link, music genre and release date. I the song name is not spelled correctly or incomplete the API will estimate the true song name and still return results.
Complete, Fast, Secure, Robust and Simple API For Building Music Application! Features: Suggestion Search Query, Get Song by Artist, Get Album by Artist, Search Tracks, Search Artists, Search Albums, International Top Chart, Get Stream URL For Play or Download Song, Get Lyric in Each Song, Hight Quality, 100% Up Time
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Rammer's Punctuation API can be used to insert punctuation in the raw text. This API can recognize commas, periods, question marks, exclamation marks, and colons for the given raw text and transform the text to a readable punctuated sentence. Note that this functionality t is currently applicable for en-US language only.
Sony Corporation (ソニー株式会社, Sonī Kabushiki Kaisha, /ˈsoʊni/SOH-nee, stylized as SONY) is a Japanesemultinationalconglomerate corporation headquartered in Kōnan, Minato, Tokyo. Its diversified business includes consumer and professional electronics, gaming, entertainment and financial services. The company owns the largest music entertainment business in the world, the largest video game console business and one of the largest video game publishing businesses, and is one of the leading manufacturers of electronic products for the consumer and professional markets, and a leading player in the film and television entertainment industry. Sony Corporation is the electronics business unit and the parent company of the Sony Group (ソニー・グループ, Sonī Gurūpu), which is engaged in business through its four operating components: electronics (AV, IT & communication products, semiconductors, video games, network services and medical business), motion pictures (movies and TV shows), music (record labels and music publishing) and financial services (banking and insurance). The name "Sony" was chosen for the brand as a mix of two words: one was the Latin word "sonus", which is the root of sonic and sound, and the other was "sonny", a common slang term used in 1950s America to call a young boy. Known for its production quality, Sony was able to charge above-market prices for its consumer electronics and resisted lowering prices. In a bid to provide a unified brand for its global operations, Sony introduced a slogan known as "make.believe" in 2009.