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Software Description

Cognalys provides a multi-platform service which helps application developers in verifying the mobile number in their applications. Cognalys "two factor authentication" uses missed call technology instead of the traditional SMS based OTP technology. In case of rates, Cognalys is much cheaper than the SMS method and supports more than 195+ countries.

Cognalys API can be used in any platforms (Android, IOS, Windows, Web and many more) and developers are powered with a reporting API to return details to verified users, or user's tries. in addition to the reporting API Cognalys is providing one real time reporting API which will push the verified users details to the users for supporting them.

Software Description

Mailboxlayer is a free, simple and powerful JSON API offering instant email address validation & verification via syntax checks, typo and spelling checks, SMTP checks, free and disposable provider filtering, and much more. Its system is REST-based, secured by 256-bit HTTPS encryption, and pursuing the goal of assisting developers and businesses in fighting fraudulent users and increasing success rates of email campaigns.

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  • Free android SDK

  • Robust API

  • Elegant dashboard

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Who uses mailboxlayer API
  • Startups
  • Enterprises
Desktop Platforms:
  • Web App
  • Windows
  • Macintosh
Mobile Platforms:
  • iOS
  • Android
Languages:
English
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