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Google Analytics Multi-Channel Funnels Reporting Gets API

Google has released the Multi-Channel Funnels API, a feature the company says has been heavily requested since they released Multi-Channel Funnels in Google Analytics last year. “The API allows you to query for metrics like Assisted Conversions, First Interactions Conversions, and Last Interaction conversions, as well as Top Paths, Path Length and Time Lag, to incorporate conversion path data into …

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How To Get Started With The Google Places API In 15 Minutes

Google uploaded two videos about the Google Places API today. The first one is about getting started with the API, and the second one is a Q&A on the same topic. Together, you’re looking at about fifteen minutes of your time, and if this is something you think your app might be able to benefit from, you might as well …

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U.S. Census Bureau Releases First-Ever Public API

For the first time ever, the U.S. Census Bureau is making their giant database accessible to app developers with the release of a a public API. This will allow developers to work much of the government’s statistical and demographic information into new web and mobile apps. With the public API, developers now have access to two different statistical databases – …

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This Video Will Get You Started Developing With The Google+ History API

While it may not have been one of the most talked-about announcements from Google I/O, the Google+ History API could end up being one of the most significant for the company. It’s been described as Google+’s answer to Facebook’s frictionless sharing, and that could certainly be significant for third-party apps. As my colleague Zach Walton explained last week, it collects …

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These 3 Videos Will Teach You A Lot About Developing For Google Drive

Google had a handful of sessions about developing for Google Drive at Google I/O last week. Luckily for those who were unable to attend the event, Google has posted many of the sessions online for you to view at your leisure. The first one is about what’s new in the Google Drive SDK. The description explains: In this talk, we …

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Developers Get New Google Wallet Pricing

Google has made some changes to the Google Wallet for Digital Goods API (formerly known as the In-App Payments API): new pricing and subscriptions. “First, we’ve heard feedback from developers that 5% transaction fees are great for microtransactions but not as attractive for larger transactions with higher order value,” says Google Wallet product manager Pali Bhat. “To improve your experience …

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More On Google’s Save To Wallet APIs

At Google I/O, Google demonstrated the new Save to Wallet Google Wallet APIs. We posted about it here, but here’s the video of the session again, in case you haven’t seen it: Google has put out a blog post about the APIs talking about them a bit more. The company is testing the Save To Wallet API for Payment Cards …

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Twitter’s Greater Rule Enforcement Cuts LinkedIn Off

When Michael Sippey, group product manager at Twitter, made the announcement today that Twitter would begin a tighter enforcement of its “Developer Rules of the Road,” such as the rule that developers should not use Twitter APIs to “mimic or reproduce the mainstream Twitter consumer client experience,” it wasn’t clear exactly what he meant. Now, LinkedIn has revealed just how …

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Google Launches New Google Wallet Cloud APIs: Here’s A Video

Google has been uploading lots of Google I/O session videos to YouTube. In one of those sessions (below), Google introduced new Google Wallet Cloud APIs. “There have been exciting developments in the world of Payments at Google as we move forward with our digital wallet, and we have new APIs to share with you,” the description explains. “Come and join …

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“#1 Hunting App” Pealk Indignant at LinkedIn Ban

Pealk, the company that runs what it calls the “#1 hunting app” for LinkedIn, is in danger of having its app disabled because of LinkedIn’s decision to cut off its API access. The company posted a message to its website stating that as of June 26, the app will no longer be available. Pealk’s messaged said that it was extremely …

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10 Google I/O Videos You Should Watch Ahead Of The Event

Google I/O goes down next week, and developers will get their hands on a plethora of juicy new Google-related sessions, news and APIs (possibly even some Jelly Bean action). We’re still hoping for some interesting news around Project Glass. Either way, there is sure to be plenty for developers to sink their teeth into, so you might as well get …

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OAuth 2.0 Playground Hits The Chrome Web Store

The OAuth 2.0 Playground is one of those tools that makes life easier for developers. Google made it so that they could play around with the OAuth 2.0 protocol and related APIs. There’s a new kid on the figurative block now and his name is Google Drive. Google announced that the Google Drive API is now available in the OAuth …

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