Every mobile phone, GSM modem or device with a built-in phone / modem has a unique 15 digit IMEI number. Based on this number, you can check some information about the device, eg brand or model. Enter the IMEI number below:
An API showing all the latest mobile phones around the world so users can compare with their pricing and specification.
This API will provide the ranking for the best-performing computer parts. This data is from Userbenchmark.
With this API you can search and explore Mashape's Marketplace. Now every devices (Android,iPhone ecc) can access to Mashape for a quick search.
This app will guide you to know, choose, select and design your next board masterpiece using that transistor you weren’t remembering. With Transistors Handbook you will see the design, the kind and all the aspects of more than 51.000 transistors.
UP is a wristband and app that tracks how you sleep, move and eat—then helps you use that information to feel your best. The UP Platform documentation provides information related to establishing and maintaining an API connection with UP. The purpose of this API is to enable the exchange of select data in order to extend and augment the UP user experience and support complementary services. This can include data aggregation and visualization, gaming, marketing, rewards provisioning, and more.
TCS’ Cloud Messaging Center REST API allows developers to easily integrate SMS/Text messaging into their applications and web services. We offer two-way text messaging coverage for all US wireless carriers. The Cloud Messaging Center (CMC) REST API provides a set of methods that are called using https or http, to perform messaging (SMS) features such as… • Sending a message • Getting delivery receipts • Replying to a message • Creating contacts and groups • Scheduling messages
QuantiModo will automatically aggregate life-tracking data from your users apps and devices with a single API. It can then analyze this data allowing you to provide your users with actionable insights they can use to optimize their lives.
Phone verification is a great way to ensure that your users are genuine. It is an increasingly common practice, yet every one has to re-invent the wheel to get it working. Having used it for 2 of our apps, we decided to make it available to general public as a service. This service uses text messaging to send verification code. So, it's more suited to mobile phones. We haven't needed more than that. However, if you'd like to run verifications via calling, do let us know, and we can add that feature.
The internet of things (IoT) has opened up a whole new world of technology for users and developers alike. Companies like Google, Apple, and Amazon have created web-enabled devices that can listen to voice commands, automate home appliances such as turning on lights or cooking dinner when the user is not home, and more. APIs developed for IoT-powered devices are also behind industrial and mechanical machine automation and self-driven cars.
Device APIs allow developers to create applications that interact between a program or site on the internet and a device’s hardware.
A device API works by bridging the gap between the device itself and a command data center that houses the information the machine needs to provide the requested function. For instance, the Google Nest can create a connected home through cameras, thermostats, smoke detectors, etc. Developers can build applications based on Nest’s open API that allows them to tap into and manipulate that interconnectivity.
For the general public, anyone that accesses the IoT in any way, from using voice search on their television to activation their pressure cooker with an app, benefits from device APIs.
Developers that wish to tap into the power of interconnected devices can build popular applications for them, and many of the most popular companies offer open APIs for their devices.
Likewise, companies can utilize the statistical data based on API and device usage to create updates to software and firmware and create more innovative products.
Without APIs, devices that require access to the internet and databases housed in the cloud or on company servers would not work. Devices APIs are the necessary digital highway that transfers the required data back and forth.
A device API should be able to flawlessly connect the device to the online server that it needs to perform the intended function. Furthermore, the API should be encoded with the latest encryption to protect user account data and stave off would-be hackers that wish to access and negatively manipulate home and corporate devices.
All Devices APIs are supported and made available in multiple developer programming languages and SDKs including:
Just select your preference from any API endpoints page.
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