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This initial beta period is restricted to non-commercial use, meaning only non-monetized apps such as those distributed for free or those without revenue from additional services (i.e. ads, licensing, or other means) will be allow to use these services during the beta period. Non-commercial apps can freely use the services for prototyping and testing use of the Developer Services location based API.
Note, if you have a commercial need or interest for Developer Services and want to know when and how the service will be available please post your inquiry and request to our forum
All developer services APIs are free to use, and will allow up to 10,000 API calls a day per account with an aggregate of 200,000 calls per month per account. The courtesy period will provide enough calls a day for the developer to prototype their application for use with the service. Note the API can be used by developers to set interval periods for calls, allowing developers to code the logic in their applications to manage the number of calls their app makes.
To get started follow this link to sign-up for the Developer Services Beta. If you are not already registered in the Intel AppUp developer program, the process is basic registration, only requiring a name, password and email address to sign-up for the Developer Services Beta.
Once joining you will be given a list of APIs. You can select any of the initial 5 APIs. Upon request to use the APIs you will receive an API key and code snippet to use in your development.
For questions, support and collaboration with other developers please make use of our new Developer Services Forum.
The following links will provide you more information and resources for signing-up for and making use of the Developer Services Beta for the Intel AppUp developer program: