Cloud communications company Twilio launched Twilio Client (SDK) for Android, making it super-easy for mobile developers to integrate VoIP capabilities into their Android apps.
Among the features developers will be able to access are:
- Real-time presence with buddy list support – the Twilio platform will notify an app when a user is ready for voice chat so that calls are only made when users are online.
- App backgrounding – the SDK can receive voice calls even if the app is not the current one being used.
- Cross-platform interoperability – Twilio Client supports Android, iOS and web browsers, allowing for calls between platforms without issues.
So what do you say? Presuming you’re a developer – does your app needs VoIP capabilities? If so, check out this page and take it from there…
In related news, Twilio also announced that they will be hosting their second annual TwilioCon on October 16, 17 and 18th, 2012 in San Francisco.
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