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: https://apidocs.imgur.com/
uNoGS (unofficial Netflix online Global Search) allows anyone to search the global Netflix catalog.
Get info about channel, playlist, video, get trendings or search everything you want in YouTube
RESTful web service to access information, pictures, and more from the movie database. Get Title, Year, Metascore Rating, Release date, Runtime, Genre, Directors, Writers, Actors, Plot, Awards, Posters, IMDB ID, Type, DVD, Boxoffice, Production company, website and response data.
Trying to be the most comprehensive and accurate source of data for pornstars and movies.
Enter your name and the name of your partner/lover/crush to find Love compatibility & chances of successful love relationship.
Deezer is the No. 1 site for listening to music on demand. Discover more than 30 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks.
REST API that serves uniformly and well formatted jokes in JSON, XML, YAML or plain text format that also offers a great variety of filtering methods
The JSON Porn API will serve movies, clips and siterips of adult content. Be it through streams, torrents or direct downloads from well known file hosters.
A simple meme generator that generates memes by choosing a preloaded images, and short top and bottom text sentences. Memes are served in the JPEG image file format.
SimSimi database consists of simple "Request - Response" set. When you request "Hi", SimSimi API send "response" by similarity with request sentence Conversation API enables you to get SimSimi's response data
Get random fun 'Would You Rather' questions that are up to date! :) Data is constantly being updated/added!
What defines entertainment? For one person, it may be checking out the latest blockbuster movie. For another, it could be researching the compatibility of a new love interest. Other people love jokes, quotes, memes, or games, while others dance to their own music and love discovering new beats. As there are a wide variety of choices when it comes to entertainment and tastes vary from person to person, it stands to reason that there is an API out there that will help quench whatever thirst a person has to keep themselves from being bored.
Entertainment APIs span a wide variety of topics. However, at their core, they connect a user’s application to the respective database that holds all the information one could be searching for. For example, the IMDB app uses an API to return all sorts of movie information to the enthusiast’s phone, such as a movie or television show’s cast, synopsis, episode listing, release date, and more.
Developers connect their applications to massive databases by way of application protocol interfaces, otherwise known as APIs. These APIs are like two-way highways. When a user enters the parameters they are looking for on their end, the API sends the requests to the company’s servers, where the information is pulled from their database. It is then aggregated into a digestible format and sent back to the application on the user’s device.
Anyone who has ever been curious about which actor played in which movie, the lyrics to a particular song, or wondered what kind of day they would have by looking up their horoscope has benefited from an entertainment API.
Likewise, companies like movie theaters, web admins that run fan sites, and musicians that privately publish music and lyrics can benefit from APIs like these.
While these are by no means the only examples, they give you an idea of the available possibilities thanks to entertainment APIs.
APIs in the entertainment industry cut down on consumer research times and allow companies to reach a vast audience that was previously untapped even a few short years ago. Furthermore, they provide all of the information and amusement we could ever want with very little work involved on our part.
Some entertainment APIs provide people with fun tidbits for their day, such as horoscopes. Others can help plan the first date with a crush, while others can help you solve a bet with a buddy as to what actor starred in the film you watched a month ago. Whatever the API, it should provide accurate information promptly while protecting personal data.
All Entertainment APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:
Just select your preference from any API endpoints page.
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