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Voice Design and Skill Building Tools

These tools will help you create the voice design that will properly structure your skill, quickly generate prototypes and proof of concepts as well as write the actual code for your Alexa Skill.


Blutag is the leading SaaS platform for retailers to launch voice applications without coding. Supports both custom and popular in-market platforms.

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Conversation.one’s build-once-deploy-anywhere tool, enables organizations to build and deploy their Alexa Skills, Google Home Actions, FB messenger bots as well as Phone and Texting intelligent assistants in one single process in as little as few minutes.

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Jargon's Voice Conversation Platform enables skill developers to structure and manage multimodal and multilingual content, and provides access to localization services to bring skills to new markets.

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Jovo is the most popular open-source development framework for professionals to build Alexa Skills and multimodal apps.

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Orbita Inc.

Orbita provides the first enterprise-grade conversational platform for creating and managing intelligent voice assistants, chat bots, and other applications

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Witlingo, Inc.

Witlingo is a SaaS product company that enables skills developers to access analytics, diagnostics, and discovery tools to help them improve their skills.

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Sayspring is a collaborative design and prototyping platform that allows designers to rapidly create interactive voice interfaces, with no coding required.

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VoiceApps is a visual design tool that allows anyone to easily build Alexa skills in minutes. Start from scratch or use one of our templates to jumpstart your project.

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Voiceflow makes it easy to build Alexa skills without coding. Used by thousands of individuals and businesses, Voiceflow's easy to use drag and drop tool allows anyone to build powerful Alexa skills without writing a line of code.

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