English dictionary API providing an access to data of over 800 000 English lexical entries, such as words, phrasal verbs, multiword expressions etc. Use the API to get word definitions, usage examples, pronunciations, synonyms and antonyms or for text processing (lemmatization, morpheme segmentation, root word extraction, word inflections).
A dictionary and so much more! Rich information for a word with definitions, associations, examples, and much more.
The GrammarBot API provides spelling and grammar checking capabilities to your application. Submit text and receive a JSON response with potential errors and suggested corrections.
Our rewriter changes the syntax, structure, word/phrase order, and uses synonyms when relevant. This rewriter works in in all major languages (english, german, spanish, french, arabic, Chinese, and many more). Max character count of 10,000. Questions? See "About" FAQ.
A paraphrasing tool / article rewriter API that can automatically rewrite sentences, phrases or paragraphs. This service can quickly and easily remove plagiarised material and therefore we do not endorse the use of this tool for unethical applications.
sentiment-analysis, text-summarization, language-detection, article-extraction, named-entity-recognition, extract-text from documents and images
Simplest API to unfurl URL descriptions, titles, images, products, from all sites without being blocked. Fast and reliable.
Spelling and grammar checker with automatic correction. Text summarization and keyword extraction. Language detection. Readability calculator.
One API for all your text analysis needs. Sentiment Analysis, Topic Tagging, Lemmatizer, and much more. Various NLP tools all with one plan. Use natural language processing to analyze and understand human sentences.
What's another word for this word, phrase, or paragraph? More than just synonyms, related words too!
Vocabulary test with levels and exam-specific words (SAT, GMAT, etc). Customized word association quiz for game and e-learning software.
What's the difficulty level of this article? Evaluate the difficulty level of a word, sentence, or paragraph and compare it with another.
TLDR (Too Long Didn't Read) is a Text Analysis API that allows you to extract summaries and ranked keywords from articles on web.
Summarize text using an abstractive summarizer based on the GPT machine learning model.
Machine-based text analysis allows users to parse large bodies of texts and extract meaningful data. APIs offer access to third-party solutions that can translate, extract facts, semantics, keywords or even spin the content into unique versions.
A text analysis API is pre-trained and utilizes artificial intelligence and neuro-linguistic programming to dissect large bodies of words. Businesses and consumers alike can use them for data mining, sentiment analysis, keyword research, article scraping or spinning, and much more.
Text analysis APIs are usually built on REST protocols. Commands are sent from the application through the API that tells it what type of operation is required. The API then follows the path to the server, extracts the requested information, and returns the data to the end-user with any needed adjustments (like translations).
There are many use cases for APIs that analyze text. Just a few ways that different entities can benefit are:
An excellent example of the importance of text analysis is Project Gutenberg. The project’s initial goal, which began in 1971, was to digitize the top 10 thousand most publicly consulted works, starting with the Declaration of Independence. Up until 1989, human volunteers manually entered all texts. However, once optical character recognition software and image scanners improved, the labor was turned over to machines, making the process infinitely quicker as a result.
Today, text analysis has expanded into being an integral part of our everyday lives. We as a society benefit in many ways, such as reading ancient texts translated into our native languages, companies understanding our needs better by analyzing our reactions to their products, and much more.
Developers should look for clean code that offers both security and flexibility. As these types of APIs often make a large number of call requests, taking the pricing structure into account for your application is vital, as your end-users will have to absorb much of that cost. Because of this, the price structure of your end product could be prohibitive and reduce the customer base that can access your services.
All IMDb 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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