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Hull vs Singly: What are the differences?

Developers describe Hull as "Break and sync all customer data silos". One unified customer database to transform, enrich, segment data in all your tools in real-time. On the other hand, Singly is detailed as "Social APIs, Made Simple". Integrate people’s contacts, photos, locations, fitness data, and more into your app. Fighting with OAuth annoyances, building data crawlers, and juggling rate-limits slow you down and distract you. Singly makes API integration fast, painless, and reliable so you can focus on what you do best. Singly social login simplifies authentication across 35 services, allowing you to leverage any and all of these existing login credentials, providing access to the personal data that the services have been granted from the individual. Singly social sharing unifies sharing APIs making it easy to post out to social networks so your app grows organically. Instead of integrating with every social network’s sharing APIs, just POST once to Singly and specify where you want it to go.

Hull belongs to "Social Infrastructure as a Service" category of the tech stack, while Singly can be primarily classified under "Social API".

Some of the features offered by Hull are:

  • Identity Resolution
  • Unlimited Data collection
  • Transform customer data on the fly with JavaScript

On the other hand, Singly provides the following key features:

  • Intelligent Friending it lets users find the friends they care about most, by sorting by how often they interact and how closely they are connected, surfacing the most important friends right to the top.
  • Singly Deep Data provides full access to all the data from each service provider, including photos, checkins, statuses, links and more. Query based on location, time or keyword. We provide clean, consistent data formats and deduplicates cross-posts (e.g. Instagram → Twitter).
  • Push Updates- Turn off your crawlers and get new data sent straight to you.
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    What is Hull?

    One unified customer database to transform, enrich, segment data in all your tools in real-time.

    What is Singly?

    Integrate people’s contacts, photos, locations, fitness data, and more into your app. Fighting with OAuth annoyances, building data crawlers, and juggling rate-limits slow you down and distract you. Singly makes API integration fast, painless, and reliable so you can focus on what you do best. Singly social login simplifies authentication across 35 services, allowing you to leverage any and all of these existing login credentials, providing access to the personal data that the services have been granted from the individual. Singly social sharing unifies sharing APIs making it easy to post out to social networks so your app grows organically. Instead of integrating with every social network’s sharing APIs, just POST once to Singly and specify where you want it to go.

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      What are some alternatives to Hull and Singly?
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