TheAudioDB.com is a community driven database of audio metadata. It is our aim to be the most simple and accurate source of Music data from all over the world. We also provide a repository of data that can be used in various types of HTPC software to make your viewing experience more visually appealing.
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.
Providing the Billboard chart rankings and information on titles, artists, lyrics, images, and more.
Easily follow and track your favorite artists on SongMeanings! Be the first to know about new lyrics, song meanings & more!
Connect to the Openload File Sharing API to upload, share and edit any file. Test an API call in your browser and export the code snippet into your app.
This a simple YouTube Downloader API. We provide YouTube video's Audio and Video Download link, size, itag and so on. Our generated Download Links are proxified and 100% working. Our proxy is provided by GenYouTube & YouTubeMp3API You are most wellcome to use our API...
Simple API for searching audio with broken metadata in media services. Posted task will convert your audio, with broken metadata, into a media service link. Currently only Spotify media service is supported.
Web API lets your applications fetch data from the Spotify music catalog and manage user’s playlists and saved music.
The YouTube MP3 API iframe generates MP3 Download Buttons in different Qualities (from 320 kbps to 64 kbps). This API is free and without Ad´s.
Convert Any video into Mp3 using youtubeinmp3. Search the song convert first video into MP3
The LYRICSnMUSIC API allows your site to legally display up to 150 characters of a songs lyrics with a link back to our copyright compliant lyric page or you can simply link back to the lyrics without displaying them on your App/Site.
Who doesn’t love music? Some of the most widely downloaded and used apps ever made are music apps like Spotify, SoundCloud, and iTunes. Other music apps like Shazam have the amazing capability to recognize songs just by hearing them.
Wouldn’t it be great to integrate these amazing features into one app? Developers who use song APIs from RapidAPI’s marketplace can do just that. RapidAPI has an incredible selection of music APIs available for use, from popular choices like Soundcloud, iTunes, and Spotify, to lyrics APIs like Mourits Lyrics, to sound and video data APIs like TheAudioDB.
A music API is a template of instructions that a music app can use as part of its overall design. The music API might contain a large library of songs and other audio files that the third-party app can access for streaming purposes, for example. The API could also be designed to facilitate playlist building or finding lyrics, album cover art, charting information, or other song metadata. The unlimited possibilities are open to developers who make use of audio APIs.
Although specific capabilities may vary from one API to another, a songs API basically functions by retrieving data — usually a song file, lyrics information, or other music metadata — and presenting that data to a third-party music app in a format that the music app can read. Generally, this output will be in XML or JSON. The third-party app will then be able to access the large streaming library at their own discretion.
Developers looking to create fun and convenient music apps will find RapidAPI’s song APIs extremely useful. These APIs can help developers easily add important and popular features to their apps or to link their apps to other large music libraries found in APIs like SoundCloud or iTunes.
Song APIs contain a pre-prepared set of many of the coding instructions required to create the perfect music app. They can greatly simplify the work that developers have to do when building apps for streaming music, finding songs and song information, and the like.
Developers can expect their app-building work to become greatly streamlined and simplified when they use any API for music from Rapid APi’s extensive catalog. Not only will it be easier to build music apps, but those apps will have greater capabilities. Consumers will also be able to enjoy a wider range of app features.
Yes. Developers can find a great selection of free APIs for music on RapidAPI’s marketplace without having to pay a dime. Some popular API titles include Spotify, iTunes, Soundcloud, Genuis, LastFm, ArtistInfo, and Deezer.
All music and audio 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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