Break down communications barriers
Embed click-to-call within your mobile app or browser experience so customers can easily get in touch, and your agents can instantly access contextual user information when they answer.
In-App Calling provides you with the ability to embed click-to-call capabilities within a mobile app or web browser, creating a seamless and intuitive experience for your users to reach you.
Yes, Bandwidth’s In-App Calling is built using WebRTC to enable browser-based and application-based calling.
WebRTC stands for Web Real-Time Communication.
WebRTC (Web Real-Time Communication) is an open source technology that provides the ability to embed real-time communication within web browsers and mobile applications. Through the use of APIs, WebRTC enables users to initiate and connect a call without the need to install separate plugins or applications.
Yes, In-App Calling uses SIP over WebSocket or TLS.
Nothing. The Bandwidth client SDKs, native browser capabilities, and use of network media servers remove the need for our customers to manage STUN, TURN, and ICE.