EnClout-Phone number parser is an API that helps developers to translate Google phone numbers into JSON/XML formats. EnClout also supports phone extensions. To see an example, the user can type a phone number in the site and the result shows the analysis of the phone number, the validity, the possibility, the types, the country, the extension and the format. It is valuable for developers who want to simplify long lists of phone libraries. The API requires signing up to have free access for seven days. If developers have further interest in the business plan, they will access all html, json, xml and txt formats, along with existing and non-existing data lookup in real time. A contact form is available in the site for developer support.
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