TringMe goes for the kill – Opens Platform APIs as well as Source Code

Bangalore based, TringMe has opened up its platform APIs for developers to create rich web-based voice applications. TringMe’s open API will enable developers of Adobe Flex, AIR, Symbian S60 or even a pure web platform like PHP, AJAX to create web based, mobile or standalone voice enabled applications easily.

What does this mean?

Portals like Social networking sites, Dating etc. can easily integrate voice in their apps.

Using the simple to use REST based APIs, developers can add telephony capabilities to their apps in a matter of couple of hours. TringMe’s APIs will allow developers to configure and utilize any number of call origination and call termination options as supported by TringSwitch (PSTN, Mobile Phones, VoIP apps, SIP URIs, IM – Gtalk, SMS-initiated calls, Web applications, Browser, Desktop widgets etc).

TringMe has also open-sourced it’s flash based widgets enabling developers to implement voice in any fashion they like [More Details].

And with this launch, TringMe is taking on companies like Jajah, Jaxtr head-to-head and do expect more action in the coming days.

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Written by Ashish Sinha

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Ashish Sinha is founder and CEO of NextBigWhat, the tech and startup community platform . He can be reached at: ashish (at) nextbigwhat.com.