Telegram is a messaging application for mobile and web. This app offers an Android SDK to create mobile applications that can send private messages with encrypted messages, access messages of any size, and build with an open API. To build a mobile application, a redirected GitHub link offers a guide with three steps. The instructions show how to obtain an api_id, study security guidelines, publish code to comply with licenses, and run the project. As the site mentions, with Telegram Android SDK developers can build secure, powerful, and distributed apps.
Move over, Instagram API, there's a new hotness. In a similar way that developers sought out Instagram, photo tagging site Pinterest has its share of API sniffers and unofficial wrappers. That and the official Pinterest API is said to be coming soon.
Google has released a new version of the Android SDK, which contains the final set of APIs for Android N. Developers can now add N behaviors to their apps. Along with the APIs and SDK, Google also pushed out a fourth Android N Developer Preview. The beta operating system is ready for download.
By any measure developers of mobile computing applications are having a tough time making a living. For the most part they have to give their applications away for either free or a nominal fee. They generally wind up sharing revenue based on the amount of advertising revenue their application generates. Of course, that revenue is totally dependent on how successful the application is. To help mobile developers ensure that kind of success Scringo today launched Developer Zone, which gives mobile developers the ability to download a variety of commonly-used features to boost end user engagement for free.