The Twitter MoPub Android SDK, now supported by Twitter as a part of the Fabric developer suite, helps developers integrate advertising solutions into their Android mobile apps. The SDK can be used to add banners, interstitial, and native ads to an application. The SDK also offers conversion tracking and additional services to aid in embedding mobile advertisements.
Late 2017, the Apple developer community was set ablaze by a rumored Project Marzipan that would converge macOS and iOS. While the developer community did what it could to uncover the plans, it appears any plans addressing cross-platform development have more to do with declarative APIs.
Apple revealed its intent to enter the healthcare market by adding two new components to iOS: Health, a separate companion app, and HealthKit, a hub for third-party apps related to health and well-being. Health is Apple's own application meant to help iPhone and iPad owners keep track of their health and fitness statistics, such as calories burned, weight fluctuations, and sleep patterns. HealthKit is for developers - who need to be careful about staying on the right side of the law when it comes to the privacy of healthcare information.
Google has distributed a new version of Android P to beta testers and stocked the build with the final APIs. In addition to the APIs, Google says the Android P SDK and Android Studio 3.2 are now in final form, providing developers with everything they need to get their apps up to date.