Getting Started

Where can I check the example applications built using Plivo?
You can find the example applications built using Plivo at Plivo Helper Libraries.  We support the following seven languages:  Java Node.js PHP ...
What is a subaccount and how can I create one?
A subaccount enables hierarchical management of your resources. You can use sub-accounts to distribute numbers and applications among various sub-organizat...
What languages do Plivo Helper libraries support?
Plivo Helper Libraries support the following seven languages:  Java Node.js PHP Python Ruby C#  Go  If you need support for any o...
The feature I want doesn't seem to be supported at Plivo. What should I do?
We are going to a great length to improve our customer experience. The feature you are looking for in a specific country might not be available for now bu...
What languages can I use to build applications on Plivo?
You can build applications in any web standard programming language of you choice. To get started, check out Plivo Helper Libraries in the following 6 lan...
What is a Plivo Helper Library?
Plivo Helper Libraries make it easier for you to build applications on Plivo in a language or a framework you want to use. These Helper Libraries simplify...
What is an Application ID?
Plivo uses the Application ID to identify a user’s application in the respective user account. Click here to know more.
Is there a way to retrieve the Auth Token for a sub account or a main account using the API?
Plivo uses an AUTH ID and AUTH TOKEN as a pair to authenticate your API calls. They are equivalent to a username and password combination and hence cannot b...
How is Plivo Cloud different from Plivo Open Source?
Plivo Cloud makes your life easy by allowing you to just focus on developing voice and SMS apps without worrying about the infrastructure. But developer...
What if I don’t see my language supported by Plivo Helper Libraries?
If the language you’re looking to use is not one of the listed languages or if you have already built a library in a language we don’t currently support, ...