callClient = [sinchClient callClient]; [callClient callUserWithId:@"John"];
CallClient callClient = sinchClient.getCallClient() Call call = callClient.callUser("John");
var callClient = sinchClient.getCallClient(); var call = callClient.callUser('John');
Setup on timed intervals to keep firewalls open for the signaling server to notify users of a call
Used to determine external IP addresses or establish connections when P2P is not available
Sinch uses robust, bandwidth adaptive, wideband and super-wideband voice codecs for VoIP calling
With Sinch, adding WebRTC into your iOS and Android apps is easier than ever. Just follow the documentation and bring in-app calling to your users
Superior optimization from adaptive codecs to configuration of variations in hardware
We tested the market thoroughly, and we ultimately chose Sinch because of their high quality product, ability to scale, and excellent level of customer service.
Eric Setton, Co-Founder & CTO of Tango
Sinch was just simple to use. My developers have said that Sinch was easily integrated and was one of the easiest SDK’s they have ever worked with.
Philipp Mintchin, CEO & founder of SPLYT
Sinch took 10 minutes to drop in and start calling, and the voice quality is amazing.
Jim Yang, CEO of Gather
Call across the world for a fraction of the cost of other providers, all with WebRTC
The Sinch WebRTC SDK provides a universal connection enabling cross-platform and cross-device connectivity
Offer security to your users with a WebRTC platform that encrypts and secures all transferred data end to end
We use our own MXP signaling to offer a more robust and lightweight alternative to SIP for WebRTC
Sinch uses adaptive codecs and forward error correction for low latency call setup and superior audio. On top of this, we support G.711, G.222, G.729, and iLBC.