Rebtel Intros New Voice SDK for Android and iOS Apps
Dec 11, 2012, 12:32 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Rebtel today announced a new tool that will allow developers to add VoIP-based voice calling features to practically any Android or iOS application. Through a new SDK, Rebtel is making it easy for developers to voice-enable their applications. Rebtel believes voice-enabled apps can improve the user experience for many services, such as games and social networks. According to Rebtel, the SDK is free, can be added to apps in about 15 minutes, provides for free calling over Wi-Fi or 3G with HD Voice technology, and requires no back-end support from the developer. Worldwide, Rebtel has some 17 million users and is second only to Skype in terms of size. The SDK is being made available in a private beta at first, but Rebtel expects it to become more widely available over time.
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