Twilio brings to developers a powerful API for phone services which allows make and receive phone calls, and send and receive text messages. Twilio allows programmers to easily integrate various communication methods and to use existing web development skills, existing code, existing servers, existing databases and existing karma to solve these communication problems quickly and reliably.
|Intended Users||Freelancers, Small Business|
|Devices Supported||Android, iPhone-iPad|
|Supported Countries||Europe, United States|
|Categories||· VoIP · Web Conferencing and Webinars · Call Center · IVR · Collaboration Tools · Cloud API · VoIP API|
Pricing to make calls starts at 2 Cents/minute.
Pricing to receive calls starts at $1 monthly / phone number and 1 Cent per minute.
A ridiculously easy way to get started with phones.Richard Lang, Software Developer25th of September 13:00
When the topic came up of integrating phone interactions into a software solution it could send a chill down any modern developer's back. Even the thought of choosing which provider to go with could leave me in a cold sweat, let alone handle the implementation. So I was doubtful when I plugged Twilio into NuGET and sent the first SMS message. But as it instantly arrived on my phone (prepended with the trial account message) I was left surprised at the ease.
Disrupt Your Business Communication Suite with a Communications API and Cloud PlatformRakesh Sharma1st of March, 2013 13:43
The main thing to remember about Twilio is that it’s a platform and can be used to create a wide-range of solutions. With it, you can build applications to address a wide variety of tasks including making or receiving calls and messages, converting your browser into a phone line and vice versa etc. Although these tasks sound fairly technical, Twilio strips away the complexity using a simple, easy-to-use applications programming interface. Registration is fairly simple and involves configuring a Twilio number for calls and messages.
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