pyicloud 0.9.1-3 source package in Ubuntu


pyicloud (0.9.1-3) unstable; urgency=medium

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python3-pyicloud: wrapper to access iPhone and Calendar data in the iCloud

 PyiCloud is a module which allows one to interact with iCloud webservices.
 It is written in Python and you can access your iCloud either with
 password/username or with Two-factor authentication (2FA).
 You can:
  - list which devices are associated with your account
  - obtain the device's last known location. The Find My iPhone app
    must have been installed and initialized.
  - send a request to the device to play a sound
  - activate the 'lost mode'
    Lost mode is slightly different to the "Play Sound" functionality
    in that it allows the person who picks up the phone to call a
    specific phone number without having to enter the passcode. Just
    like "Play Sound" you may pass a custom message which the device
    will display, if it's not overridden the custom message of
    "This iPhone has been lost. Please call me." is used.
  - fetch events from the calendar webservice
  - access your iCloud contacts/address book
  - access documents stored in your iCloud account
  - access the iCloud Photo Library