Apple's WWDC is around the corner. If you follow the space, you know all about the upcoming iPhone 3.0 software (and all the new bells and whistles that are bound to come with it). Well, we'd like to pre-announce one more feature available for iPhone (and Mac OS X) developers.
Today we are rolling out a new Cocoa library that makes social interactions on the iPhone and Mac platforms easier. Want your iPhone game to send an update to your user's Yahoo! friends?
There's an app for that. There's now code for that. In addition to fetching social information about your users (such as a user's profile and friends lists), you can create vitality around your app by streaming updates about your user's activities within the app. Everything from new high scores (did I mention my new Flight Control high score?) to location updates with FireEagle can now be shared to others (along with containing a link back to your application). All through a familiar Objective-C interface.
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