The Vonage Nexmo Voice API allows developers to build high-quality voice applications in the cloud. With the Voice API, developers can build apps that scale with web technologies already in use, control the flow of inbound and outbound calls, record and store inbound or outbound calls, create conference calls, and send text-to-speech messages in 23 languages with different genders and accents.
This API is part of a suite provided by Vonage (formerly Nexmo) for managing customer communications.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use the Nexmo Application and Voice APIs to create a text-to-speech outbound phone call securely and then how to receive inbound calls by implementing a Webhook. This tutorial assumes you are working with a Unix or Linux-based operating system.
We've added 12 APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Analytics, Messaging, Dashboards, and Voice. One highlight today is the recently released Nexmo Voice API, which can convert text to speech in 23 different languages. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Vonage has announced the launch of the Nexmo Voice API, a new API that can be used to integrate enterprise-grade voice capabilities with Web and mobile applications. The API includes a collection of features such as call recording, text to speech, conferencing, and call control.
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