Talk to Siri as you would to a friend and it can help you get things done — like sending messages.
Beginning in iOS 10, developers now can integrate Siri into their apps, thanks to Apple’s SiriKit. And with messengers, now sending a message is just a voice command away.
With Q-municate for iOS V2.3, our open-source, cross-platform video calling and instant messaging app, now you can do the same! Just ask Siri to send a message to your friend with Q-municate:
Download Q-municate on the App Store
Also, the source code is available via GitHub, so you can play with it and integrate the same features into your app.
Let us know what do you think about it
QuickBlox Web team is happy to announce next release of our open-source, cross-platform video calling and instant messaging app – Q-municate 1.10.0!
It contains a lot of useful improvements, but the main feature is URL preview.
Now you can send a link to chat and the content of it will be embedded into chat, like this:
Release notes https://github.com/QuickBlox/q-municate-web/releases/tag/v1.10.0
Try it here https://qm.quickblox.com
hope you had a great weekend and holidays! But now it’s a good time to return to work.
We are happy to announce our next killer Android release – QuickBlox Android SDK 3.3, with the most expected feature – “Screen sharing”. This feature allows you to share your device screen with all of your opponents, not only an app screen.
This new feature is fully cross-platform – it means you can share your Android device screen with iOS and Web users too.
To start use it please refer our developers guide: https://quickblox.com/developers/Sample-webrtc-android#Screen_sharing
Android SDK 3.3 change log:
The maintenance is planned for 16:00-17:00 (EET) – 11th January.
During maintenance you may notice 10 min downtime and short interruptions.