Reincubate Cloud API powers access to app data
Reincubate's Cloud Data API provides access to application and user data across various platforms, from Apple's iCloud to Google's Android and Microsoft's Skype.
The Cloud API makes app data readily accessible to developers, integrators and investigators. It solves the most important API-led data connectivity and integration challenges, providing functionality for extraction, manipulation and recovery of data from platforms that are meaningful for business.
In the same way that Twilio are the cogs for telephony and messaging, the API acts as the cogs for app data, dealing with “app data hell” with transparent, ethical access to data that does not reduce end-user security. The data ownership remains with its original owners, with Reincubate’s technology providing the means to readily work with it.
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Apple iCloud data API
Reincubate's iCloud data API was developed from 8 years' of research and development into iOS data recovery.
The API supports all iOS versions and Apple devices, and offers businesses a reliable stream of data, both from backups and real-time iCloud services.
Google Android data API
Reincubate's Data Cloud API will be augmented with support for Google Android in the first half of 2017. The service will support extraction of data from a variety of Android devices over the cloud.
Microsoft Skype data API
Reincubate are running an early access trial for access to Skype data over the Cloud Data API. This provides real-time access to Skype messages and metadata.
"They have been super responsive to our needs, and as the market's “table stakes” features have expanded, Reincubate has responded by constantly improving and expanding their technology solutions to help us meet those increased customer demands."
Steven L. Woda - CEO, uKnowKids
Who uses the Reincubate Cloud API, and is it secure?
The API is hosted, delivered and developed in the UK and US by Reincubate, makers of the first iOS data extraction product, the iPhone Backup Extractor. The company is subject to stringent UK data protection legislation, and is compliant with EU and US Safe Harbor regulations. Reincubate are trusted by security, LEA and government users around the world.
What benefits does the Reincubate Cloud API provide?
The API provides access to all raw iCloud files and data. It has functionality to support bulk, scheduled, and real-time data access. It is RESTful and makes many commonly accessed forms of data available as JSON feeds.
Ease of integration & out of the box developer platform support
Aside from the core iOS datatypes -- all of which are supported across all iOS versions on all devices -- the API has modules to support dozens of third-party apps. Some of the more popular supported apps include WhatsApp, Viber, Kik, WeChat, Line, SnapChat, Facebook Messenger and Skype.
Reincubate is committed to the maintaining support for contemporary and past app data formats, and has a solid track record in this space:
- 1st to support iOS data access (2008)
- 1st to support encrypted iOS data access (2009)
- 1st to support iCloud data extraction (2011)
- 1st & only API to support iCloud / CloudKit iOS 9 data access (2015)
- 1st & only API to support iCloud / CloudKit iOS 10 data access (2016)
- 1st & only API to support iCloud / CloudKit iOS 11 data access (2017)
Support & access to unrivalled expertise
As a consequence of the company's focus and positioning as the app data company. Reincubate's team have unrivalled experience and knowledge in the field. This experience is particularly valuable for clients exploring new apps and use-cases.
For users of the JSON feeds are able to take advantage of Reincubate's proprietary techniques in extraction and undeletion of app data, such that the resultant data is more accurate.
Speed & scalability
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Rich feed customisation options
The feed platform is readily customisable for partner deployments. Examples include protobuf format feeds and aggregation of messaging app attachments.
Reincubate are trusted by security, LEA, ad government users around the world. The company is subject to stringent UK data protection legislation, and is compliant with EU and US Safe Harbor regulations.