The Webkey API allows running an Android device from a browser. Webkey provides a screen stream of an Android device on a computer aiming to be useful in POS systems (remote management of cashier, terminal, and digital scales), digital warehousing (maintaining bar code scanners, tablets, and wearable devices), IT management and entertainment (digital kiosks and set-top boxes), and education (managing educational content on classroom tablets). Developers can use API Key to authenticate and POST and GET verbs to make API requests for tasks, operations, devices, and account management.
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29-10-19 14:09:21[Brief] Daily API RoundUp: Amplitude, Mercury, Humana, WhoisXML, Webkey updated with Related API Webkey