Developers can integrate chat services and chat moments into an app compatible with Android. Documentation, installation guide, and API are available on the site. Something to consider is service named message moments that WeChat offers. This tool helps to share media from an application to WeChat. Media types include images, videos, webpages, and music. These resources could add more integration possibilities to the development of new and existing Android apps.
Prisma, an AI-powered photo filter company, is shifting focus from its mobile app to SDK and API-based B2B services. Prisma announced it will continue to support the Prisma app, but it will concentrate on offering third parties programmatic access to its machine vision and photo editing features.
Facebook wants bots to get better. Developers have so far taken significant advantage of the Messenger Platform. Businesses and app writers have created some 33,000 bots that function within Facebook's Messenger application, helping people check the weather, make payments, and more.
Last Thursday, telecom giant AT&T announced they would be opening several of their "Watson" speech recognition APIs to outside developers in June. While it may be a while before any killer apps hit the scene, a major player like AT&T getting into the speech-to-text API game should not be ignored.