Catchoom, the company that offers image recognition and augmented reality services, provides Catchoom Augmented Reality iOS SDK. This kit can be installed from the website. In the same page users can find a step by step integration guide. Example code is available with an AFN framework that is used to connect to the API. Developers need XCode 5 or newer and iOS 7.0.
Urban Airship, the global leader in Mobile Relationship Management, today announced its full-platform capabilities with native support for Amazon Device Messaging will soon be available for apps developed for Fire Phone and Kindle Fire. Fire can leverage Urban Airship’s real-time mobile marketing automation capabilities with highly targeted push messaging and rich in-app content to drive up to four times greater response from users on average than mass, shotgun-style messages.
SumUp, a mobile payments rising star, recently announced an API that allows third party apps to accept credit card and cash payments without leaving the app. Prior to the API, SumUp users and customers were required to use the SumUp app in isolation from the merchant app to utilize the slick mobile payments platform.