The Twitter Kit for iOS, supported by Twitter as part of the Fabric developer suite, helps developers create iOS applications that integrate various Twitter functionalities. The SDK can be used to implement easy Twitter login, composing tweets, displaying tweets, and authentication all from a 3rd party application. The iOS Twitter Kit includes "Login" for standard login, "Twitter API," for iOS driven API requests, "Tweet Views," for displaying a user's Twitter stream, "Tweet Compose," for composing and posting new tweets, and "Digits," a new way that users can verify with Twitter via their mobile phone number over SMS-based authentication.
Popular social check-in service Foursquare is going through some changes, and the most important of those is that the old v1 API is going dead, as we've known since March. Older apps, especially abandoned ones, will stop working then, as will any newer app that hasn't yet upgraded to the new API.
BandPage creates a platform where musicians, fans and others in the music industry can interact easily. For musicians, it can be difficult to stay connected to fans who are scattered all over the web. BandPage aims to rectify this issue by providing musicians with a one-stop-shop solution; update once and publish everywhere. Bands simply create a BandPage profile and all their info is updated across various other online channels as well. The BandPage API allows third party developers to access this data and integrate it into other applications.
The amount of messages that are being shared by users on the social networks has reached massive proportions. What if we were able to add Voice to all the social snippets that we are sharing today on Facebook, Twitter and other social networks? That's the target of a new "Social Voice Platform" QWiPS.