OpenClove Offers Real Time In App Communications Service at No Cost to Developers
|Stuart Parkerson in Programming Saturday, May 31, 2014|
OpenClove, a secure communications as a service provider, has announced the availability of FreeMADService, a free real-time communications service to enable applications with in-app video, voice and data communications.
OpenClove also has released FreeMAD.net to provide access to open source code for developers to build native apps for iOS, Android, and HTML5/WebRTC platforms. Using the source code, developers will be able to include Microsoft Skype or Apple FaceTime like video, voice calling or messaging features along with their own app context.
OpenClove’s FreeMADService provides free unlimited usage to any app developer with consumer or business workflow apps that require simple video, voice or messaging between two users. The service eliminates the costs and complexity of communications and provides the opportunity to gain from the onboard user interactivity, increased app usage and engagement analytics to monetize, without losing the users to off-board communications apps.
FreeMAD Service is powered by OpenClove’s Secure Communications as a Service (SCaaS), a cloud platform offering multi-party video, mobile bandwidth optimization, global dialing, web IVR, recording, streaming and peer messaging.
Read more: http://freemad.net/
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