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New mobile SDK for iOS and Android with WebRTC support

Mobile SDKWe’ve been working hard to deliver new version of mobile SDK to our developers and now it’s available! First version of our mobile SDK didn’t support some important features like video calls and peer-to-peer communication and had some design issues, new version uses WebRTC engine for audio/video processing and supports all features available for WebSDK. We also simplified API, so new SDK isn’t compatible with the previous one, but it should easy to switch – feel free to ask us any questions related to migration to new mobile SDK version.

CocoaPods

Since many iOS developers uses CocoaPods we have created VoxImplantSDK pod to make their life easier =)

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New iOS SDK and documentation
New Android SDK and documentation

VoxImplant Android SDK is now available for mobile app developers

Android SDK
It’s been awhile since we released the iOS SDK and now it’s time to announce that we have finished the first version of the Android SDK. VoxImplant developers can easily embed all functionality VoxImplant offers into their native Android applications. We are still working on video calls support, it will appear in the next release of the SDK. We promise to publish the how to tutorial next week and publish the link here. Meanwhile you can download the SDK and example application using the following link Download the Android SDK.

VoxImplant iOS SDK is now available for mobile app developers

VoxImplant Mobile SDKWe had to spend some time to prepare the documentation and polish the SDK, so it hasn’t been available right after the platform launch. Now all VoxImplant developers can download iOS SDK together with a demo project and learn how to use the SDK using our online Quickstart tutorial and iOS SDK reference.

We have implemented all low-level functionality required to work with our cloud platform and mobile OS, so you don’t need to care of things like audio encoding/decoding, real-time data transfer, echo cancellation, etc. Adding real-time communication functionality into your iOS mobile app has never been easier. Video support will appear in iOS SDK later this year, we have no exact date yet, but we are working on it. It should be able to work with different endpoints including SIP clients using H.264 codec.

P.S. There is one important thing we haven’t implemented in the first release of the SDK – operation in background mode, it will become available in the next update very soon. We are already working on Android SDK and plan to release it in December. Stay tuned!

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