Support & API Integration Help with Twilio
Table of Contents
- Why Integrate The Twilio Api into your app?
- Twilio Voice
- Twilio Messaging
- Twilio Client
- Why get Twilio Support through AirPair?
Twilio makes it easy for developers to make and receive phone calls, send and receive text or picture messages, and embed VoIP calling into web or native mobile apps.
Through AirPair, you can significantly speed up the time taken to integrate the Twilio API by booking hours with Jeff & Roger for live Twilio support through video chat & screen-sharing.
Why Integrate The Twilio Api into your app?
Twilio's cloud-based platform allows developers to reach just about any phone, anywhere, with simple to use but massively scalable REST APIs. Twilio is based in San Francisco, California, and supports a community of over 200,000 DOers that are changing the way the world communicates.
Twilio's voice APIs enable developers to build custom phone applications. When your Twilio-powered phone number receives an inbound call, your web app decides what happens next using TwiML. Drop the caller into a conference call, record and transcribe a spoken message from the user, or accept input from the user's touch tone keypad.
Twilio's messaging APIs enable developers to send and receive text or picture messages. Send your user a text message when their cab has arrived, send a picture of a new pair of shoes to your customer's mobile phone, or secure your webapp with two-factor authentication.
Twilio Client helps developers add voice chat and VoIP calling to web, iOS, and Android applications in minutes. Add anonymous calling to your iPhone dating app, build call center agent consoles in the browser, or add conference calling to your business collaboration app on a Kindle Fire.
Why get Twilio Support through AirPair?
Sometimes integrations can take longer than expected. Why waste 5 hours learning an api, when you can build something with an expert in 1? AirPair experts can help you deploy a working phone integration within minutes.
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