Twilio is a cloud communications company based in San Francisco, California. Twilio allows web and software developers to programmatically make outgoing and incoming phone calls and send and receive text messages using its web service APIs. Twilio have done lots of work in telecommunication sector and serving in Voice and text message services for web, mobile and telephony applications.
Some days ago, Twilio was held its Conference 2013, in which it brings several innovations in information technology and telecommunication sector. Twilio also brought enhancement in business apps for its developer to quickly assess the errors and issues in developing applications for their clients.
Twilio has launched the services of sharing picture message. Twilio clients can now share, send and receive a photo message through Twilio platform. Developers can now add another feature to their own services and allow their customers to send picture messages in the US by method of short code and Canada with a 10-digit phone number.Twilio supports GIF, JPEG and PNG for photo sharing.
For cordial messages, connected messages are supported when sending messages to phone numbers in United States and Canada. With the Messages Resource URI, you can send messages expecting up to remember 1600 characters. The point when a customer send its request for, Twilio will auto portion messages with more than 160 characters and the messages will be quickly reassembled on the customer end handset. Twilio break the limit of a text message from 160 to 1600 characters and revised its price plan and lower it for US and Canadian numbers. Twilio is decreasing its cost of SMS Message services by 25 percent for both US telephone numbers inbound and outbound. Twilio also enables some more developer tool in the Twilio account to build more business critical apps.
Twilio gives foundation APIs for organizations to construct adaptable, dependable voice and text message applications. They give this so require adequately they are seeing enormous development and are a controlling another class of startups, ones that expand their innovation to touch just about all aspects of our social order.