MWC 2010: Fast Track To Android with Motorola
As part of Mobile World Congress, Motorola had setup sessions to fast track new developers who are willing to start developing on Android. They had brought few companies to showcase their work and answers questions. This is great to see that Motorola is heavily involve into helping developers with forums, tools and expertise.
Of the companies present this morning, there are two that were particularly interesting. The first one, Xtify has an very interesting ASP/Notifications Platforms that delivers notifications and messages directly to users. Developer can incorporate and compile the Xtify SDK into their application. Then they have a console with complete campaign management capabilities. Xtify technology will alert your app when a user is within the paramaters you have define. There are 3 different packages available depending on the features you will need in your app. You can get more details on their website.
The second product was the new version of TuneWiki that will be included on the new Motorola QUENCH/CLICK XT. See below for a video of this new version, with an extra feature that they didn’t want to show (looks like some tune recognition option!).
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