We are excited to announce the seamless integration of Trestle’s powerful Reverse Phone API with RapidAPI, the leading API marketplace. Trestle’s Reverse Phone API is trusted by businesses of all sizes to provide accurate and reliable information on phone numbers. By accessing Reverse Phone API through RapidAPI’s platform, developers can now effortlessly incorporate reverse phone lookup capabilities into their applications, saving valuable time and resources. Whether you’re a small startup or a large enterprise, Trestle’s RapidAPI integration opens up a world of possibilities, enabling you to enhance your applications with comprehensive phone number data.
Here is an easy 5-step guide to start using Reverse Phone API through Rapid API:
Step 1: Sign up. Sign-up for Rapid API. SSO option is also available.
Step 2: Browse APIs. Once you’re logged in, you can browse through hundreds of APIs and categories on the RapidAPI Hub. Trestle’s APIs are located in the “data” category and are amongst the highest-rated for popularity, latency and service level. You can also search specifically for Trestle APIs by inputting “Trestle” or “Reverse Phone API”.
Step 3: Subscribe. Trestle’s Reverse Phone API homepage allows you to view available end points as well as test the API directly on the portal. You are required to subscribe to the API to be able to test it. Once you click “Subscribe to Test”, you are directed to the pricing page. Trestle’s APIs are offered as Freemium with the basic plan allowing you to try a limited number of queries for free. You can also subscribe to the Pro and Ultra plans based on your business needs.
Step 4: Test. Once you’re subscribed, you can test Reverse Phone API. Enter the input parameter (i.e., phone number that you want to test) and press “Test Endpoint”. The result displays all available metadata for the phone number you entered.
Step 5: Integrate. Once you have tested the API and decided whether it works for your business, you can easily integrate it into your project by copying the code from the “Code Snippets”, which is available in over 20 programming languages.