Wednesday, May 19, 2010
MySpace Rolls Out Mobile SDK
Los Angeles-based social networking service MySpace is looking to attract mobile developers, saying today that it has released a new SDK which will allow developers to integrate the site into mobile applications. MySpace said the SDK, which works for both the Google Android platform and Apple platforms, will allow developers to incorporate features such as logins, status updates, photo and video uploads, and access to friends lists. MySpace said that the Android toolkit is available today, and that it will release the SDK for Apple's iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad on Monday.
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