WebRTC is a project that provides web browsers and mobile applications with real-time communication (RTC) via simple application programming interfaces (APIs). Many browsers have added versions that support WebRTC to allows audio and video communication to work inside the web page.
Increasingly, web developers are using WebRTC to provide direct peer-to-peer communications. While WebRTC has some shortcomings versus traditional VoIP communications products and services, its availability opens the potential for interesting online services. Letting people communicate quickly while on webpage can generate a great user experience in eCommerce, customers service, or even healthcare.
Is WebRTC Widely Supported
But how ubiquitous is WebRTC support? Based on our MOVR analysis of 2018 Q1 from all device types (desktop, smartphone, tablets, and others), 80% of all traffic came from a browser version that supported WebRTC. Read More…