Aircall vs Twilio: What are the differences?
Aircall: The phone system for modern business. Aircall is an app that you can install and setup in a few minutes. It lets you buy one or several phone numbers across the world, add teammates to your dashboard, and place & receive calls on your existing devices. Everything is managed inside the Aircall app; Twilio: Bring voice and messaging to your web and mobile applications. Twilio offers developers a powerful API for phone services to make and receive phone calls, and send and receive text messages. Their product allows programmers to more easily integrate various communication methods into their software and programs.
Aircall can be classified as a tool in the "Phone" category, while Twilio is grouped under "Voice and SMS".
Some of the features offered by Aircall are:
- Instant phone numbers
- custom music and messages
- opening hours
On the other hand, Twilio provides the following key features:
- Phone- Phone Numbers API
- Phone- Convert Text to Speech and Play Audio
- Phone- Record Calls and Store Them
"International phone numbers" is the primary reason why developers consider Aircall over the competitors, whereas "Powerful, simple, and well documented api" was stated as the key factor in picking Twilio.
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