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Increasing your daily API call limit
Every account gets 1,000 API requests per day for free, but our API can go much higher than that. To increase your daily limit go into the API tab of your Account settings and select the package that works best for you. We currently offer packages ranging from 2,500 requests/day all the way up to 15,000 requests/day. If you need more that 15,000 requests/day please contact us and we'll be happy to customize a package for you.
Getting Public Data API credits
The Public Data API works by charging one (or more) credits for every request you make. Credits are pre-purchased in packages, and never expire. If you're looking for a few test credits contact us. On-Demand Start by going into the Public Data API add-on's settings page. There you'll see your recent usage and how many credits you have available. Click on Add More to open the list of available packages. We have a few that get progressively more cost efficient (per request) as you purchase more. Select the package, your method of payment, and click on Add Credits. Automatically For mission-critical applications, or if you'd rather not be bothered with adding more credits, you can use the Auto Recharge feature, also available in the add-on's settings page. First, enable Auto Recharge, then select the number of credits you want to add and the threshold at which to get the credits. There are a few packages and a few thresholds to choose from.
Getting started with Public Data Access
Now that you've enabled the Public Data API add-on you're ready to look up data for any of the 5,000,000+ apps we keep track of. With the Public Data API you can: Search for apps by name Get meta data for an app (name, categories, etc.) Get the current and historic ranks for an app See where and when an app was featured Read all of the reviews for an app See current and historic ratings for an app The easiest way to get started is by looking up an app through the product search route. Here's a quick example: https://api.appfigures.com/v2/products/search/snapchat?client_key=[your-client-key] This will return a list of products that have the term "snapchat" in their name with metadata for each. From there you can take the product_id for the app you want and use it with any of the other routes. Here's a quick example for getting all the reviews for Snapchat (Android): https://api.appfigures.com/v2/reviews?products= 213940691&client_key=[your-client-key] With the product_id on hand you can also look up ranks, see when/where is was featured, and get a breakdown of its ratings. Looking for an easy to use search platform for apps? Check out Explorer.