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Sync: Shared state in the cloud

Twilio Sync is Twilio's state synchronization service, offering two-way real-time communication between browsers, mobiles, and the cloud. Using Sync helps you avoid building all the real-time infrastructure to do this yourself.

Not a developer? See our Twilio Sync product page.

Get started with Twilio Sync

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Getting apps in sync is only a few lines of code away. Choose your platform and dive in. We've got SDKs and quickstarts to get you syncing in your web and mobile apps, fast.


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You've got an idea in mind. Let's get it to production.

Pick the docs that are right for you. These API reference docs, tutorials, and guides will get you across the deploy line, straight to HTTP 200 OK.

Get familiar with the Client APIs:

Server REST API reference

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You can also control your Sync objects from the server in much the same way you can from the client, except from a service perspective rather than a first person one. Check out the REST API:

In-depth discussions on all Twilio Sync features:

We also support 7 common web languages with a helper library. These allow you to create access tokens as well as interact with the Server REST API. If you are using one of these languages on your server, there is usually no quicker way to get started than using our helper library.

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