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A simple Python interface to Find My iPhone on the Mobile Me service

Project description

fmi
===

A small Python library to fetch location information from the "Find My iPhone"
service on MobileMe.

Example
-------

from fmi import FMI

fmi = FMI('myusername@me.com', 'mypassword')
fmi.login()

devices = fmi.devices()

for device in devices['content']:
print device['name'], '-',
if not device['location']:
print 'No location found'
continue
print device['location']['longitude'],
print device['location']['latitude']

Will display all devices registered with MobileMe's Find My iPhone. An example
output is:

Batman's iPhone - 151.204420924 -33.85947118
Batman’s iPad - No location found

Notes
-----

This is a quick hack right now, but might slowly improve over time.

Bugs
----

The domain changes (when calling devices) and there is no detection for it yet.
This means it might be completely broken for you. A fix is coming soon.

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