The Pushover User/Group Verification API allows developers to verify user keys, that the user's account is valid, and that there is at least one active device on the account. This is an optional step in the process of collecting user keys from users of the developer's application. The validate call will return a 1 if the user is valid and a 0 if they are not, with an optional parameter for detailing the specific error.
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26-11-18 18:38:39[Brief] ProgrammableWeb's Most Interesting APIs in 2018: Application Development and Developer Tools updated with Related API Pushover User/Group Verification