We’ve been busy working on some of our Android tutorials here at Sinch! In this blog post we’ll give you a quick run-down on what we’ve updated, and how each tutorial could benefit you and your customers.
This tutorial will walk you through building a simple Android VoIP calling app. The Sinch Voice over IP (VoIP) platform offers crystal clear voice quality through WebRTC and HD audio codecs. App to app calling over VoIP offers the opportunity for streamlined UI and valuable in-app engagement opportunities with every customer – allowing you to lower your costs, and users to talk to each other over their data connections using WiFi calling, meaning no monthly number rentals are required.
This tutorial demonstrates how to make a Sinch app to app call with a header. Having a header on screen enables the caller to be instantly identified, can provide location information and gender (great for dating apps) if required. A header offers a better UX for end users and a higher level of BI analytics for developers. Knowing who is calling, and where from has many use cases in the travel industry, as well as for mobile employees and government agencies.
This tutorial advises on how to build an Android app that uses Sinch to call phone numbers all over the world. App to phone calling with Sinch means high quality HD voice connections with optimal codecs for superior performance, giving users more reasons to engage with your app. App to phone calling also enables your users to call mobile and landline phones in over 200 countries, capitalizing on growing data plans whilst expanding your user base.
This tutorial describes how to use the Android Contact Picker to let your users choose a phone number from their contact book. Enabling an app to access all contact details (should your users choose to let it), makes it so much easier to use an app to contact family and friends already in the contact directory. No need to go back and forth between phone and app to get all the information in one place.
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