SUNNYVALE, CA--(Marketwired - Apr 30, 2014) - VoxImplant, a communications cloud platform built specifically for mobile and web app developers, today announced the release of its Android SDK. The release is VoxImplant's latest solution for simplifying the development of real-time communications (RTC) services for apps. VoxImplant (built by Zingaya, the real-time communication service provider for business) allows developers to easily embed RTC functionalities into both web and mobile apps.
"Mobile SDKs are a big focus point for us," said Alexey Aylarov, CEO, VoxImplant. "As Android's worldwide growth continues, its increasingly important for app developers to offer seamless voice and video capabilities that don't rely on call minutes and cell reception. With today's release of the Android SDK, we've added a key component to our existing support for iOS and web apps."
VoxImplant's Android SDK not only installs voice capabilities within an app, it also provides a cloud communications platform upon which those capabilities can run. VoxImplant provides both infrastructure and scalability so that mobile developers do not need to deal with the complexities of setting up a cloud infrastructure for voice.
The web and iOS SDKs from VoxImplant are already being utilized in a variety of applications, from social app Yep! to live chat provider JivoSite to business collaboration vendor Bitrix 24. The Android SDK currently supports voice calling and will add video support soon.
VoxImplant empowers web and mobile apps with voice and video communication through its cloud platform. A service made by Zingaya (the company delivering real-time communication services to businesses), VoxImplant allows developers to build applications faster and more easily by taking care of the complex infrastructure and technologies all too common when adding audio and visual communication into apps.