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PhatWare Releases WritePad SDK 2.0 for iOS

PhatWare Releases WritePad SDK 2.0 for iOS

Mountain View, California – PhatWare Corporation today is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the second version of WritePad handwriting recognition Software Development Kit (SDK) for iOS. WritePad SDK is a natural, style, writer, and lexicon independent multilingual handwriting recognition technology. WritePad SDK for iOS enables handwriting recognition based text input in third party applications on iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch devices. It is currently available in 4 languages, including English, German, French, and Spanish with more languages to be announced soon.
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Barnes & Noble Adds Corona SDK as Recommended Development Framework

Barnes & Noble Adds Corona SDK as Recommended Development Framework

Palo Alto, California – Barnes & Noble’s NOOK Developer(TM) program has added Ansca Mobile’s Corona SDK(TM) as one of the recommended frameworks for development of NOOK Apps on NOOK Color. The move comes at the same time as Barnes & Noble has made a major update to the NOOK Color Reader’s Tablet, adding the most-requested tablet features from customers.
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Google Adds In App Purchases, Disney Steps Forward With Tap Tap Revenge

Google Adds In App Purchases, Disney Steps Forward With Tap Tap Revenge

With more than 25 million songs downloaded within the Tap Tap Revenge app for the iPhone (60M total for Disney Mobile), Disney Mobile is looking to jump onto the Android bandwagon with the recent addition of in-app purchasing availability for the platform. At Google’s Android Event earlier this week, Disney Mobile’s General Manager, Bart Decrem, discussed not only how in-app purchasing will work on Android (via secure checkout and multiple forms of payment) but what Disney plans to do for the new (web based) Android Marketplace including new apps like Radio Disney, Jelly Car, Tap Tap Revenge 4 and more.
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Question of the Day: Are you a developer?

Question of the Day: Are you a developer?

We would like to know how many of our Appmodo visitors are actually developers. Please take a quick second to answer our poll!
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Ansca Mobile releases the biggest update yet to its Corona SDK platform

Ansca Mobile releases the biggest update yet to its Corona SDK platform

Palo Alto, California – Ansca Mobile today released a new version of Corona(TM) SDK, its Mac-based industry standard mobile development platform. With Corona(TM) SDK, developers can write code once and build apps and games for both iOS (iPhone, iPod touch and iPad) and Android at the touch of a button.
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Google Nexus S Coming December 16 on T-Mobile

Google Nexus S Coming December 16 on T-Mobile

If you are an Android fan and have been waiting for Google’s next smartphone, well today is your lucky day. The global giant (and Samsung) have announced the Nexus S will be available to purchase beginning December 16th on the wonderful T-Mobile network. The Nexus S is powered by a 1 GHz Samsung processor allowing for HD video content and rich 3D graphics. Users in the UK will be able to pick up the phone after December 20th.
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Apple iPhone Developer Stories, Explained

Apple iPhone Developer Stories, Explained

Looking for a little inspiration for your app project? Look no further than a set of case studies that Apple has posted at the iPhone page which they’re dubbing “Developer Stories”. The series follows developers from around the world including Nicholas Callaway of Callaway Arts & Entertainment, Dr. Ge Wang of Smule, Steve Demeter of Demiforce, Werner Jainek of Cultured Code and Christina Wick of AOL.
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Chillingo Announces Support for Freemium Model, Hints New MMORPG "My Kingdom"

Chillingo Announces Support for Freemium Model, Hints New MMORPG “My Kingdom”

Chillingo made an announcement this morning that the company will now allow their third party developers to support the “freemium” model of social based games with their Crystal SDK platform. The addition will allow developers to deliver free games and generate revenue via virtual goods, promotions, and more. The company also announced a new massively multiplayer online role-playing (MMORPG) empire building, freemium game called ‘My Kingdom’ which is expected to release in the coming months and we’ve got exclusive screenshots for you!
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Vision Smarts upgrades pic2shop app and barcode scanner SDK for iOS4

Vision Smarts upgrades pic2shop app and barcode scanner SDK for iOS4

Wavre, Belgium – Vision Smarts SPRL today is proud to announce pic2shop 4.1 and VSBarcodeReader 4.1, featuring a major update to their proprietary barcode scanning software. Both products take advantage of the new video capture capabilities introduced with iOS4 to read barcodes faster and more accurately, even on the iPhone 3G without an autofocus camera.
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Creaceed releases iOS4 Speech Recognition SDK

Creaceed releases iOS4 Speech Recognition SDK

Mons, Belgium – Creaceed releases an iOS4 speech recognition SDK which can be used by all developers to design distinctive iPhone and iPad applications. Creaceed’s CeedVocal SDK supports isolated words recognition from a list of up to 5,000 words, and keyword spotting. The SDK is available in 6 languages (English, French, German, Dutch, Spanish and Italian). As no training is required from the end user, speech recognition is ready to use as soon as the app is launched.
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iPhone 4 SDK Training from The Pragmatic Studio in Santa Clara, CA

iPhone 4 SDK Training from The Pragmatic Studio in Santa Clara, CA

Parker, Colorado – The Pragmatic Studio is offering their popular “iPhone/iPad Programming” course in Santa Clara, California on August 17-20, 2010. In this 4-day, hands-on training course you’ll learn how to create iPhone and iPad apps like the pros with guided instruction from two renowned developers and authors: Matt Drance and Daniel Steinberg. You’ll come away from this course ready to create your own iPhone/iPad app from scratch, or improve your existing apps.
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Google-owned AdMob Advertising Network Releases iPad App SDK to Developers

Google-owned AdMob Advertising Network Releases iPad App SDK to Developers

Google’s AdMob recently released its iPad App SDK to developers and make it easy for advertisers to market their goods on all iDevices. AdMob’s SDK will help build ads with future plans to include support using HTML5 so advertisers can embed videos within the ad themselves. Very cool.
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More iPhone and iPad apps Integrate TextExpander touch - SDK Updated

More iPhone and iPad apps Integrate TextExpander touch – SDK Updated

San Francisco, CA – TextExpander touch, the iPhone version of SmileOnMyMac’s customizable typing shortcut tool, is now integrated in 29 iPhone and iPad apps. Users of these apps can expand their TextExpander snippets while typing within these apps. Among the apps that have integrated TextExpander touch are Twitter for iPhone (formerly Tweetie), ToDo, Simplenote, iThoughts, Pocket Informant and Task Paper.
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iPhone SDK Training from The Pragmatic Studio in Reston, VA

iPhone SDK Training from The Pragmatic Studio in Reston, VA

Parker, Colorado – The Pragmatic Studio is offering their popular iPhone SDK training course in Reston, VA on July 20-23, 2010. In this 4-day, hands-on course, you’ll learn how to create iPhone apps like the pros with guided instruction from two experienced iPhone developers and authors: Matt Drance and Daniel Steinberg. You’ll come away from this course ready to create your own iPhone apps from scratch, or improve your existing apps.
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PhatWare Announces Beta Availability of WritePad SDK for iPad and Mac OS

PhatWare Announces Beta Availability of WritePad SDK for iPad and Mac OS

Mountain View, CA – PhatWare Corporation today is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the first public beta version of WritePad handwriting recognition Software Development Kit (SDK) for iPad and Mac OS platforms. WritePad SDK is a natural, style, writer, and lexicon independent multiplatform handwriting recognition technology.
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Palm Releases Web-Based SDK Called Ares

Palm Releases Web-Based SDK Called Ares

Palm may be a slowly dieing breed that has posted negative profits and slowing sales, but they’re not about to give up in the smartphone market.
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iPhone OS 3.2 SDK Beta 4 for iPad Released

iPhone OS 3.2 SDK Beta 4 for iPad Released

Apple just released iPhone OS 3.2 SDK Beta 4, which includes updated development tools for the iPad. Apple seems to be pushing a steady stream of updates to iPhone OS 3.2 SDK.
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Android 2.0 OS SDK Now Available

Android 2.0 OS SDK Now Available

Google released the Android 2.0 Operating System SDK to developers early this morning which includes a handful of new API’s, Bluetooth updates, Searchable SMS and Exchange support, new controls for the build in camera, improved multitouch keyboard, new browser with an easier UI (user interface) and support for HTML5, and much more.
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Android 1.6 Donut Now Available

Android 1.6 Donut Now Available

T-Mobile users should be receiving update notices for the latest build of Android called Donut. The latest build takes the version to 1.6, and is said to have arrived to G1 and myTouch3G users already. Head on over to our post last month for a complete list of Donut’s features.
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Izatt International Adds 2 iPhone Development Courses in Utah, New York

Izatt International Adds 2 iPhone Development Courses in Utah, New York

Izatt International announced today the addition of two new Apple iPhone developer courses to be held in Utah and New York next month. The course in Utah will be held on August 7-8 at the SLCC Campus in Sandy, UT. The course in New York will be held on August 28-29 at Studio 26 in New York City.
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