Jason MeeksMaking vision a reality @ISMConnect

Good cross platform chat SDK for a mobile app?

We've had a pretty poor experience with our current chat SDK provider, and are looking for alternative solutions. Any feedback would help : )
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  1. David MichaelDigital Marketing executive, Contus · Written
    Contus Fly is an enterprise grade enterprise chat application API that can be used to build a standalone chat application with collaborative features. It has an SDK which can also be integrated into app backends to develop in-app chat features that dispel confusion and uncertainty in enterprise communication.
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    AppLozic - Chat & In-App Messaging SDK

    Chat API & messaging SDK for your mobile and web apps

    Syed Zainul HaqueAssistant Marketing Manager,Conversion B · Written
    Hey Jason! We have tried Applozic and it has been a great experience. They have great support and offer the product at an affordable price. Have a go at it for sure!
  3. José TeixeiraCo-Founder of Cosmicode · Written
    I think Twilio can do everything that you need.
    They are truly cross platform. Their rates https://www.twilio.com/chat/pricing
  4. Tailored chat SDK support for all Business.
    Heard a lot about the messaging app. So recommended for the users.
  5. 2

    The simplest chat & messaging solution for your app

    Have you tried this?
  6. 2

    App success made simple by google

    roamandwanderCEO, Roam & Wander · Written
    We've used Firebase for chat in multiple apps with up to several million users, and it's easy, no drama, and solid performance.
  7. Benjamin PowellFounder Adsoup.com & Startup Infomaniac · Written
    This may be just what you're looking for!
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  8. Lynne McEachernCEO & Co-founder Impressed · Written
    Based on our own research, Intercom seems like the most scalable for both CS chat and sales, on-boarding, automation and integration. Although, I prefer pricing based on AMU, not on the numbers of users you have in your 'list', like Mailchimp does. Maybe that isn't possible if it is mobile and web...
  9. Grant FuellenbachJack of all Trades, Growth Ops @ TextUs · Written
    This is a direct competitor to Intercom, only much more cost effective.
  10. Like w most they also have a free base setup to see if it meets your reqs
  11. Julien RoubieuSoftware Engineer · Written
    We tried Smooch after a bad experience with some other player too. We are using their SDKs for Android and iOS, as well as ready-to-go integrations with Slack and Front. Support of multiple channels can be a real plus for some applications.
  12. Cross-platform MIT License. OCF ( Open Chat Framework ) is an object oriented event emitter framework for building chat applications in Javascript. OCF makes it easy to build Slack, Flowdock, Discord, Skype, Snapchat, or WhatsApp with ease. Built for iOS, Android and Web apps. The realtime server component is provided by Socket.io or PubNub or BYO. OCF is extensible and includes a plugin framework to make dropping in features simple.
  13. Paresh PatelCo-Founder, Abhisi Sales & Support · Written
    We have tested both and the APIs are well documented.
    Paresh PatelCo-Founder, Abhisi Sales & Support · Written
    I think twilio and Smooch are both good choices.
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    MessageBird Chat API

    Connect with your customers through different messaging apps

    Ryan SourySoftware developer and berries forager · Written
    If you're looking for an alternative to twilio, use this.