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.
Stitcher; the mobile leader in news, entertainment, sports, and talk radio; recently released Stitcher Connect. Stitcher Connect is "talk radio's first API developed for the car." The API delivers all of the features of Stitcher's mobile app (Stitcher Smart Radio) directly to the vehicle. According to Stitcher CEO, Noah Shanok, "Over a third of our listeners are currently using Stitcher in the car [via the mobile app]." The next logical step was to integrate directly with the automobile, so "listeners can seamlessly access and discover the best of over 10,000 shows on Stitcher in the car."
nMile, mobile and web application developer, has launched the beta trial for new cloud-based content management system (CMS): Podium.io. Podium.io seeks to give application owners more control over applications with simplified content management after an easy integration with Podium. ProgrammableWeb chatted with nMile founder, Josh Dechant, about the release.