Since launching our SDK, our development team have been busy building and developing the Sinch SDK and voice calling API to give our partners better quality, performance and price.
At the same time, we have been busier than ever giving you all the resources you need to get started. When we started the Sinch project we had one goal in mind; simplicity.
Sinch needs to be a simple as possible for you to understand, integrate and use. To do that we have been writing and building as many resources as possible to get you started with Sinch.
For iOS developers, our most popular tutorial to get developers started has been ‘How to build a simple iOS calling app with Sinch’ (here). This goes though all the basics you need to make a basic calling app using the Sinch client.
We are still adding information to our iOS Documentation to cover some of the more technical details with Sinch.
The reaction Sinch has received from the developer community has been fantastic, and we have already had some fantastic iOS apps enrich their apps with Sinch:
And with apps in mind, we have been looking into some great user onboarding experience for iPhone across the app marketplace.
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