They say that WebRTC brings real-time communications to the Web. It enables adding VoIP to websites. There are many different ways vendors are utilizing WebRTC, but it seems that lately, everyone is into buttons.
Due to vendor contracting issues, we have temporarily disabled our voice messaging feature. We are planning to re-release this feature in the future as a WebRTC-powered video messaging service! Stay tuned…
A WebRTC topic that comes up fairly regularly is whether WebRTC is a threat to Skype. Publicly, Microsoft supports WebRTC, and is active with its development. Also, WebRTC is largely associated with Google, and these two firms often disagree about things. It isn’t surprising that there are some elements of this new standard that are contested between these firms.
Twelephone WebRTC CallMe Button is now Customizable! You can now override the online/offline text and color of the @twelephone CallMe button. Supported colors include: blue, green, red, orange, gray, black, and link.