CALLR is the most efficient and simple way to bring voice to the center of your customer relationships. Make your customers happier and your life easier. CALLR delivers communications as a service (CaaS) through cloud-based, smart voice services that let you connect your business with your customers on the web, mobile, SMS or landline. We pride ourselves in allowing you to get closer to your customers while measuring and optimizing your investment to increase your ROI.
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THECALLR iOS SDK by THECALLR communicates with the API to access telephony data such as voice and SMS. It could be useful for developers to review the demos, that demonstrate how to integrate API features into a smartphone app.
THECALLR Java SDK by THECALLR communicates with the API to access telephony data. With resources provided on GitHub, developers can integrate voice and SMS features into smartphones. Sample available presents how to work with methods.
THECALLR .NET SDK by THECALLR communicates with the API to access telephony data such as voice and messaging, useful to integrate into smartphone applications. Resources on GitHub include samples that demonstrate call tracking, click to call, media, and SMS.
THECALLR Node.js SDK by THECALLR communicates with the API to integrate smartphone features into applications, such as voice, SMS, conferences, and media. Available installation and usage to create an app in real time.
THECALLR Go SDK by THECALLR communicates with the API to access SMS, area codes, conferences, media, and broadcasting features. Developers can create an application in real time with code provided on the site.
THECALLR Python SDK by THECALLR communicates with the API to access telephony data, useful to implement messaging and voice into smartphones. Along with the main characteristics, resources also provide conferences, media, and broadcast features.