SDK

Kamcord reveals in-game recording for Android

Kamcord has had in-game recording tools available for iOS developers, and while they have been working towards and Android release, it wasn't until today that the good news arrived. Simply put, Kamcord has announced a new Android SDK that will allow Android developers to add similar options in their games. This apparently, has been a work in progress with some of the effort going into making sure they were able to allow for recording without any performance hits.

Google rolls out Chromecast and Cast SDK updates

Chromecast owners and developers are probably having a field day. Earlier we reported on the public availability of the Fling Java app that lets users stream local media to the Chromecast without the need of a browser. And now, Google announced a double whammy of updates, one for the Chromecast device itself and the other for the Google Cast SDK.

Pebble SDK update adds two-way communication app support

Those using the Pebble smartwatch with RunKeeper received a decent update last week. As of today however, it looks like the folks at Pebble have some additional SDK related news. The announcement is for the PebbleKit, which is being described as the "next stage of the platform." Basically, this release will allow for two-way communication between your smartphone and the Pebble.

PayPal Android SDK release will bring additional in-app payment options

PayPal has announced the availability of a new Android SDK. This release is aimed at developers and PayPal notes that it will be able to offer "everything a developer needs to accept both PayPal and credit card payments." On the flip side though, while the release of the SDK is for developers, it should also serve to improve the payment process for a user looking to pay through PayPal. While there isn't any timeline as to when this will show up in apps, the SDK will be available beginning on May 15th.
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