The Knurld Call API provides developers an optional tool that can be used record audio for enrollments and verifications. By providing a valid phone number, users can transform any telephone into a temporary microphone and send recorded audio directly to the system. This recorded audio can be downloaded through the API or sent directly to an enrollment or verification. Knurld offers a set of APIs that give developers the means to incorporate voice authentication capability into their website or mobile apps.
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The Knurld Java Sample Code by rsinghal27 demonstrates how to integrate voice as an authentication factor into Android applications. Resources explain how to authenticate with OAuth, create application model, and create consumer.