Ribbit has now opened up its developers platform for the public. The platform boasts of enabling developers to add phone capabilities to the applications they create. The service had been behind the private beta curtain for quite some time and those developers who needed to enable voice into their apps had to wait until the company approved them however that wont be the case anymore. Users can make use of the API as they wish. BT had acquired the company for $105 million a short time back.
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