Available for Web, React, iOS, and Android.
The Client libraries take care of audio capture, bidirectional streaming, authentication, and other technical complexities. They also come bundled with common UI components (a microphone button, transcript view).
See Basic usage instructions to learn how to install and use the Client libraries.
All Client libraries also adhere to the same high-level API. There are some platform specific differences, but conceptually we have tried to make the Clients as similar as possible. If you know how to use one, getting started with another should be easy (provided both platforms are familiar to you).
We also provide a Web Speech API compliant speech recognition polyfill that uses our API as the backend. It does not come bundled with UI components, nor does it provide any natural language processing functionalities that are available with the other Client Libraries. But it is a good choice if you only need cross-browser compliant speech-to-text in your web application.
Our Client libraries are open source. You can find more information about them as well as other usage examples on Github:
We are very happy to receive pull requests to the above repositories, but it is a good idea to be in touch with us first, for example by opening an issue or by sending email to email@example.com.
Last updated by Antti Ukkonen on June 2, 2021 at 13:21 +0300
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