We’ve covered the HostIP.info API for converting the IP address to a country and city of your visitor. But you may have noticed sometime HostIP.info does not convert everything and might have comparatively lower accuracy. But if you want better accuracy, HostIP.info also recommends you to get a commercial version such as MaxMind
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The Twitter Location API used to tell only latitude and longitude of the location where a person is tweeting from. But now the Twitter Location API is to be extended with the support of name of places or locations, such as “Joe’s Bar on Manhattan” or “downtown LA.”.
The Google Chart API provides an easy way to generate a chart dynamically by sending a simple URL to Google Chart service as follows:
And Google Chart returns you an image of the chart. As shown the above you just need to pass the Google Chart with three parameters, which are cht (Chart Type), chd (The percentage distribution of your data on Chart), chs (Chart size), and the chl (Chart Label)
I’ve built a simple Ajax language translation tool based on the Google Ajax Language API. It’s pretty easy to build one by yourself, by going through some of the examples and documentations given on the Google API page.
Google has launched the Google Code Lab, a site where you can find all the links to the early stage of Google products. And currently they have over 60 APIs available, which you can use to build mash-up for your websites.