August 07, 2012
DomainTools, the leader in domain name research and monitoring, today announced free APIs that will give users easier access to the deep data available via DomainTools.com and Screenshots.com.
Developer API access is currently being offered by DomainTools at no cost, which is a great incentive for developers looking to easily test and integrate DomainTools’ API services. The developer API access, which includes 500 domain profile queries and 500 Whois lookups per month, allows users to tap into DomainTools’ complete database of Whois information and exclusive Domain Profile data in their own development environment before committing to Professional API access...DomainTools’ API consumers to:
•Discover relationships among websites, domain owners and IP addresses with Name Server, Reverse IP and Reverse Whois APIs.
•Retrieve a domain’s history with Whois History and Hosting History API.
•Monitor keywords and ownership profiles in global domain name registrations every day with Trademark and Registrant Alert APIs.
•Uncover valuable domains for registration by leveraging Domain Search and Domain Suggestions APIs.
•Capture a website’s visual history with the Screenshots API.
DomainTools has a long legacy of building scalable, high-performance APIs built on open-source technology that embraces modern protocols and response formats. API that offered access to the data behind nearly all DomainTools products. And now in 2012, we are pleased to introduce a first set of free APIs,” says Tim Chen, CEO, DomainTools.
DomainTools offers the most comprehensive searchable database of domain name registration and hosting data. Combined with our other data sites such as DailyChanges.com, Screenshots.com and ReverseMX.com, users of DomainTools.com can review millions of historical domain name records from basic Whois and DNS information, to homepage images and email settings. The Company’s comprehensive snapshots of past and present domain name registration, ownership and usage data, in addition to powerful research and monitoring resources, help customers by unlocking everything there is to know about a domain name...Visit http://www.DomainTools.com.
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