New mobile SDK puts PayPal as an in-app payment option.
Leap Motion, watch out.
In other words, we’re seeing the emergence of the Samsung platform.
Tapjoy has a new software developer kit (SDK) out that enables advertisers to re-engage with an offer.
Editor’s Pick “Mobile analytics is a brand-new field, and no clear winner has emerged yet,” Segment.io cofounder Peter Reinhardt says. “So we made it incredibly easy to try them all.”
A pretty hefty sum for a company initially shot down by VCs.
The new tools should, the company says, make it easier for mobile developers to play around with Open Graph features on smartphones and tablets. The SDKs also bring better tools for implementing Facebook Login.
Aviary and AMD struck a deal; the chip maker chipped in some cash to fund Aviary’s Windows 8 development. Here’s the result.
Pebble, the smartwatch that has gotten a lot of hype from its Kickstarter campaign, will release a software developer kit so developers everywhere can create “watch faces” for the device.
For PayPal’s grand plan of world payment domination to succeed, it needs developers. And to attract devs, it needs tools that don’t send them running to competitors.
Your app is wonderful, amazing, and awesome, and it’s one in a million. Literally.
With tracking capabilities like these, the new SDK is almost starting to impinge on dedicated app analytics solutions like App Annie and Flurry, but of course in a purely Facebook-focused manner.
Feel like being disappointed? If your answer is “no” then you probably shouldn’t read about the latest awesome rumor about the Apple TV.
MakeGamesWithUs teaches students how to build iOS games, fostering a new generation of gaming moguls, developers, and entrepreneurs.
Mobile app development platform Parse adds Window 8 to its library of software development kits.
In what the company is describing as the biggest overhaul yet, Facebook today released a reworked SDK for Android designed to help app makers on the platform get their Facebook-enhanced applications in front of more of the social network’s 1 billion members.
Tomorrow, the Paris-based company that built MasterCard’s PayPass API and counts McDonalds and Reeboks as its mobile commerce clients will release the Airtag Kit: a full collection of everything developers need to start building mobile payment apps.
While the world may be wetting itself over news of the brand spanking new iPhone, Microsoft has just opened signups for its Windows Phone 8 SDK preview.
Walgreens — yes Walgreens — has released an application programming interface (API) and a software development kit (SDK) to allow mobile developers to enable photo printing from Android and iPhone smartphones. The company has opened a developer portal (and a new Twitter account) to support mobile programmers who are enabling photo printing to 7,907 Walgreens locations across the country.
Launched in 2011, Buddy.com is a “back-end-as-a-service” startup that provides a place for people to build mobile apps without server-side code. The company announced today it has raised $1.1 million in its seed funding.
Continuing its quest for dominance in the photo arena, online editing suite Aviary announced version 2.0 of its photo editor today, bringing with it a slew of updated features and something enticing for developers: instant monetization for photo apps.
In a bid to make augmented reality more than just a buzzword, AR company Total Immersion will make its D’Fusion Studio software free for developers, it said today. The move should remove a significant barrier to entry towards creating augmented reality apps.
Online media editing suite Aviary is taking its first step onto mobile devices today with the launch of its mobile SDK, which lets developers embed photo editing capabilities into any iPhone or Android app.
Google’s answer to television, Google TV, is known as a flop due to its poor user interface and lack of content from major TV networks. Hopefully that will soon change.
Microsoft announced today that it is releasing a beta development kit that will let software developers tap into the company’s Xbox 360 motion controller, the Kinect, and build apps that use it.
Microsoft is releasing a development kit in March that will help third-party developers create applications that use its Kinect motion controller.
(Update: Nokia disagrees with our report. However, we have two additional sources which agree with it).