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Deezer opens API to third-party developers

Tuesday 8 May 2012 | 10:13 CET | News
French-based international streaming music service Deezer has opened its API to developers worldwide to create innovative music services by integrating the Deezer service into their platforms. Called "Open Deezer", the API is accessible to web apps in javascript and to mobile apps using iOS and Android. It has already been made available to social network partners Facebook, Twitter and Last.fm, mobile operators Orange, Belgacom and T-Mobile and high-end audio system companies Sonos and Logitech.

Categories: Internet
Companies: Deezer
Countries: World
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