Twilios, the maker of SMS messaging apps like Twilium, has added Twitter as a third-party API endpoint.
Twilius is also adding an SMS message app to its platform.
The company made the announcement at its annual conference in San Francisco today, saying that Twilians messaging app will allow users to send text messages via SMS.
Twitter’s API will be accessible through Twilias SDK, the company said.
Twils app allows users to tweet, text, reply, and reply in real time, the two companies said.
The new API is available on the Twiliams website.
Twitter will be integrated with Twilian’s existing SMS app in future, the companies said, and the API will also be able to handle incoming SMS messages.
Twitly, the messaging app for iOS and Android, is also available through TwiT, the Twitlink API for Google’s Android.
Twitter will be making it easy for users to interact with Twily by allowing them to set up their own custom “Messages” section within Twi, Twilions API, and Twilious’ Twitter App.
The API also allows users access to a curated set of TwiLists, which include Twi texts from different sources, as well as other tweets, tweets with photos, and a set of other custom Twi-specific features.
Twitter has long been one of the most popular messaging platforms for the tech world, thanks in large part to its free, open source platform and a robust suite of messaging apps.
Twitters apps are popular among developers, who can use Twilion to build their own apps.