You can go to https://code.google.com/apis/console/b/0/
Unlike Android and other free stuff these APIs are very promising for revenue generation as some of them are very unique to Google itself, and already some are being offered on a Pricing Tier. There are 18 APIs in total with 3 APIs having Pricing while the rest are in beta stages.
I am just listing down all the APIs in one place –
- Google Apps Admin Audit API
With the Google Apps Admin Audit API you can survey the activities of all of your account’s administrators. The API gives details about changes to a key subset of your Google Apps services and features settings including settings for Calendar, Chat, your delegated administrators, Docs, domain configuration, Gmail, Groups, mobile settings, organization hierarchy, Sites, and user settings. In addition to the setting changes, the API returns specifics about the change activity itself, including the IP address used by the administrator.
This API’s functionality is a key building block for your Google Apps account’s IT infrastructure.
.Google Books has a vision to digitize the world’s books. You can use the Google Books API to search content, organize an authenticated user’s personal library and modify it as well.
Connect to Buzz
Connect sites to Buzz with:
Share Buzz updates New!
Full read/write support with:
This is an language project (for reasons unknow this would be of interest to Chinese , Arabic and Russian language specialists as well as information security professionals and security professionals monitoring global chatter) also see http://tashkeel.googlelabs.com/ Google will no longer support the Diacritize API as of Dec 1, 2011.
Related APIs are here-
Important: The APIs included in this family have all been deprecated. Please see each API for details.
The Google Language API Family consists of four powerful tools making it easier for you to communicate with users across the globe:
- Need to translate your website or application into one or more different languages? With Google Translate, you can dynamically translate text between thousands of language pairs.
- Wondering what “have a nice day” looks like written in Hindi? You can use Google Transliterate to transform a given written language into dozens of other scripts.
- Want to type in Hindi, but don’t have a Hindi keyboard? With Google Virtual Keyboard, you can provide users with an on-screen keyboard layout native to one of dozens of available language scripts.
- Learning to read Arabic? You can use Google Diacritize to add diacritical marks to text, helping non-native speakers learn how to pronounce these words.
- Storage API https://code.google.com/apis/storage/
This is Google’s cloud infrastructure effort if they get it right and scale and market it more aggressively once in a while
Google Storage for Developers pricing is based on usage. Storage usage and bandwidth usage is calculated in gigabytes (GB), where 1 GB = 230 bytes. Important: Google Storage for Developers requires billing information for all accounts before you can start using the service. To sign up for billing, sign in to the Google APIs console and click the Billing tab.
Free Trial Usage
Google Storage offers a free trial quota until December 31, 2011. This quota is only applicable to your first project that uses Google Storage and gives you free usage of resources within that project, up to:
- 5 GB of storage
- 25 GB of download data (20 GB to Americas, Europe, the Middle East and Africa; 5 GB to Asia-Pacific)
- 25 GB of upload data (20 GB to Americas, Europe, the Middle East and Africa; 5 GB to Asia-Pacific)
- 25,000 GET, HEAD requests
- 2,500 PUT, POST, LIST* requests
The free quota will be reflected on your invoice at the end of the billing period. All usage above the trial quota will be charged at our standard rates below.
Note: If you signed up before May 10, 2011, please read the FAQ on how this trial offer affects you.
Bucket Location: US/EU
- Storage: $0.17/GB/Month
- PUT, POST, LIST* Requests: $0.01 per 1,000 Requests
- GET, HEAD requests: $0.01 per 10,000
- Upload data: $0.10/GB
- Download data:
- $0.15/GB to Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa
- $0.30/GB to Asia-Pacific
- Identity Toolkit API http://code.google.com/apis/identitytoolkit/
- Latitude API – This is Google ‘s version of FourSquare http://code.google.com/apis/latitude/
|Operation||Description||REST HTTP methods|
|list||Lists all locations in a location history.||
|insert||Inserts a new location. If a location at this timestamp already existed, its content is updated with the provided data.||
|get||Gets a specific location.||
|delete||Deletes a specific location.||
Check in, gain status, and unlock offers
- Check in
Check in at places with Google Latitude to let friends know when you’re there.
- Gain status
Keep checking in every time you visit your favorite places to gain status there and get to the next status level.
- Unlock offers
When you get to a new status level, you will unlock check-in offers available for that level.
- Google Moderator API http://code.google.com/apis/moderator/ (probably need to integrate this with G+ sparks)
Google Moderator API lets websites and programs integrate with Google Moderator, a tool for collecting ideas, questions, and recommendations from audiences of any size. You can use the Google Moderator API to access, update, and participate in Google Moderator series programmatically.
The API can also be useful for data mining and data portability, when used in conjunction with the Moderator user interface
- Page Speed Online API https://code.google.com/apis/pagespeedonline/v1/getting_started.html
- Page Speed Service Page Speed Service
- Places API http://code.google.com/apis/maps/documentation/places/ a bit similar to Latitude above-Four basic Place requests are available:
- Place Searches return a list of nearby Places based on a user’s location.
- Place Details requests return more detailed information about a specific Place.
- Place Check-ins allow you to report that a user has checked in to a Place. Check-ins are used to gauge a Place’s popularity; frequent check-ins will boost a Place’s ranking in your application’s Place Search results.
- Place Reports allow you to add new Places to the Place service, and to delete Places that your application has added.
- Prediction API – The cloud computing version of business analytics enterprise software
The Prediction API enables you to make your smart apps even smarter. The API accesses Google’s machine learning algorithms to analyze your historic data and predict likely future outcomes. Using the Google Prediction API, you can build the following intelligence into your applications:
Usage is free for the first six months, up to the following limits per project. This free quota applies even when billing is enabled, until the six-month expiration time.
- Usage limits:
- Predictions: 100 predictions/day
- Hosted model predictions: Hosted models have a usage limit of 100 predictions/day/user across all models.
- Training: 5MB trained/day
- Streaming updates: 100 streaming updates/day
- Lifetime cap: 20,000 predictions.
- Expiration: Free quota expires six months after activating Google Prediction for your project in the Google APIs console.
Note that some Prediction API usage scenarios depend on Google Storage for Developers, which has different pricing terms from the Prediction API.
Paid usage comes with a 99.9% availability service level agreement. Read more about the SLA here.
Monitor your usage on the Google APIs console. Any usage beyond the free usage quota will fail if you have not enabled billing for the project. Once you exceed the free quota, the following prices and limits apply:
- Base fee: $10 monthly fee per project.
- Usage fees:
- 10,000 predictions/month: $0.00
- 10,001+ predictions/month: $0.50/1,000 predictions beyond the initial 10,000
- $0.002/MB bulk trained (maximum size of each dataset: 100MB)
- 0-10,000 streaming updates: $0.00
- 10,001+ streaming updates: $0.05/1,000 updates beyond the initial 10,000.
- Usage limits:
- If you intend to make more than 40,000 predictions/day, please contact us.
- Google Prediction has a default limit of 60,000 predictions/day per project for your own models.
- Hosted models have a usage limit of 100 predictions/day/user across all demonstration models. Developers can set higher paid usage limits for models they create. Please see each model’s documentation for more details.
Important: These charges do not include any Google Storage for Developers fees that might be required to hold training data.
- http://code.google.com/apis/shopping/search/ Search API for Shopping?
The Search API for Shopping makes it easy for developers, Google Affiliate Network publishers, and Google Commerce Search customers to build innovative applications using product data. The API simplifies access to product data and is optimized to deliver the most relevant product results.
Google Commerce Search 3.0 is a powerful search solution designed specifically with online and multi-channel retailers in mind.
Improve your shopping experience with fast, intuitive Google search technology.
- Engage visitors and help them find the right products
- Power browse and navigation modes on your website
- Easily implement merchandising strategies
- Set product boosts and promotions with no custom coding
- Display local inventory availability with your results
- Deploy search solution in days, and scale effortlessly
- Customize, track, and optimize performanc
- Site Verification API https://code.google.com/apis/siteverification/
- Google Tasks API http://code.google.com/apis/tasks/ provides developers with a powerful set of API endpoints for searching, reading, and updating Google Tasks content and metadata.
Google Tasks is built on two basic concepts:
- Task List
- A list containing tasks. Users can have more than one task list to manage their tasks the way they want.
- A single task containing information such as the title of the task, notes, the due date, and the completed date.
- and finally , Google URL Shortener API at
goo.gl is a service that takes long URLs and squeezes them into fewer characters to make a link that is easier to share, tweet, or email to friends. This is Google’s version of Bit.ly http://code.google.com/apis/urlshortener/