The Twilio Client SDK lets you bring high-quality VoIP calling directly into your web and mobile applications. Use the Twilio Client SDKs to build click-to-call applications, soft phone services, contact center applications, and more.
Add voice-over-IP to your iOS applications with the Twilio Client iOS SDK.
Add voice-over-IP to your Android applications with the Twilio Client Android SDK.
You setup your device and establish a connection to Twilio. Audio from your device's microphone is sent to Twilio, and Twilio plays audio through your device's speakers, like on a normal phone call. But with Twilio Client, your device need not be a phone.
When you initiate a connection using Twilio Client, you're not connecting to
another phone directly. Rather, you're connecting to Twilio and instructing
Twilio to fetch TwiML from your server to handle the connection. This is
analogous to the way Twilio handles incoming calls from a real phone. All the
same TwiML verbs and nouns that are available for handling Twilio Voice calls
are also available for handling Twilio Client connections.
We've also added a new
<Client> noun for dialing to a Client.
Because Twilio Client connections aren't made to a specific phone number,
Twilio relies on a Twilio Application within your account
to determine how to interact with your server. A Twilio Application is just a
convenient way to store a set of URLs, like the
a phone number, but without locking them to a specific phone number. This makes
Twilio Applications perfect for handling connections from Twilio Client
(which is actually why we created them in the first place).
So when your device initiates a Twilio Client connection to Twilio, a request
is made to the
VoiceUrl property of an Application within your account.
You specify the Application you're connecting to with a
Capability Token. Twilio uses the TwiML response from its
request to that Application's
VoiceUrl to direct what happens with the