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.
Identify any song. Discover, artists, lyrics, videos & playlists to create a song detector site/application such as shazam.com
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.
30,000 radio stations including the top radio stations in the world. Daily, weekly and monthly music charts + Now Playing songs.
Music APIs help music lovers learn everything about their favorite songs and artists, as well as discover new ones.
Based in the United Kingdom, LastFM has been providing users of the service with music information based on their individual listening preferences since 2002.
LastFM uses Audioscrobbler, a recommender system that builds detailed profiles of music lovers’ tastes through their listening habits. These portraits are compiled through what the user listens to on portable devices and internet radio stations. Once the data is collected, it is ‘scrobbled’ or transferred via various services like Anghami, Deezer, Spotify, and Tidal. Likewise, the person can download and install a plugin to their media player to connect to the LastFM database. The resulting reference data and profile are displayed on the customer’s user page.
End users who love music enjoy music APIs and services like LastFM because they can learn about their favorite music, create playlists, discover new music through recommendations, and more.
Developers utilize these music database APIs to create applications that showcase new music, offer lyrics to most-loved songs, provide recommendations to liked songs, and much more.
LastFM APIs like their playlist or radio versions allow developers to tap into their massive database of songs. Without music APIs, it would be impossible to build applications for end-users with such a wide variety of data and options without spending years of work.
The LastFM API and other music APIs should have accurate song, genre, artist, and lyric information. Likewise, the semantic capabilities of the API should be able to provide recommendations that make sense to the user’s taste. Finally, all data sent from the client to the originating server should be encrypted and not require any identifying information.
All LastFm 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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