||RhymeZone, the leading rhyming dictionary, uses the API extensively:
for search autocomplete; for finding
similar-sounding words when a search term is not recognized; for
spelling correction; for finding descriptive words; and for its "synonyms / related"
search results tab.|
||OneLook, a popular meta-dictionary tool, was the original motivation for
the Datamuse API. The reverse dictionary / thesaurus section hits
nearly every feature of the API.
OneLook also uses it for search autocomplete and for the "related words" features that appear on its search results pages.
|Voice Dream Writer
||Voice Dream uses the Datamuse API to find words by sound and by meaning
for users of its critically acclaimed assistive writing app.|
||SmashWords, the world's largest distributor of indie ebooks, uses
the Datamuse API for search autocomplete.|
||RapPad uses the API for contextual word suggestions in its innovative writing tool.|
||This project by a student at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute uses the Datamuse API for relevancy scoring.||WikSearch
||This is an experimental Wikipedia search interface that uses the Datamuse API on a 10 million term vocabulary of English-language Wikipedia titles.
|Alexa RhymeZone skill
||A voice-based interface to RhymeZone for owners of the Amazon Echo or other Alexa-enabled devices.|
||A few people have written client libraries for the Datamuse API:
There's now Datamuse4J for Java;
python-datamuse for Python;
a module for
a module for