Get Started with Twilio Voice: Record Caller’s Voice Screencast

In the fourth installment of Twilio’s Voice Quickstart Series, we introduce you to the <Record> verb. This walkthrough shows you how to set up an interactive IVR so your caller can be connected to another number, as demonstrated in the previous screencast, or record a message that will be played back to them. When your caller records a message it will be hosted in a php doc and… Read More

Introducing Twilio Applications: An Easier Way to Manage Phone Numbers

Today we’re excited to announce a new feature for Twilio developers: the ability to create and assign a Twilio Application to a phone number instead of a URL. When you log into Twilio.com you’ll see a new tab in your account dashboard called “Apps” where you can create and manage your applications. Applications make it easy to change voice and SMS URLs and other settings across… Read More

Kynetx Keeps Rocking the Twilio Apps

We’ve previously written about Kynetx during the Twilio + Kynetx contest which was won by Julian Gay. For those that are unfamiliar, Kynetx is a platform for building real-time apps in the cloud. Twilio is one of many integration points you can add to your Kynetx apps. The crew over there has been on fire writing Twilio apps on the Kynetx platform. Here are a couple… Read More

Twilio SMS Heroes: Get Rescu'd with Rescu.me by Daryn Nakhuda

This blog post is part of a series of posted featuring applications developed using the recently released Twilio SMS API.  Read about SMS applications we’ve featured and submissions from our weekly developer contest. —– Need an excuse to get out of an annoying conversation? On a date that just won’t end? Ask Rescu.me to SMS or call you, and get outta there!  This app, created by… Read More

Kinda Creepy Google Analytics Discovery

Perusing Google Analytics today, I noticed something a little creepy… If you browse to referring sites, you’re likely to find mail.google.com as a referrer somewhere in your list, as expected.  Take this screenshot from a day last week when we happened to make a big announcement: So now, if you’re a Google Apps for Domains customer (as Twilio is), your web UI is located at: http://mail.google.com/a/your-domain.com… Read More