Facebook Releases SDK for Android
Has ex-Googler Erick Tseng already started making an impact with his new employer? Facebook has unleashed a beta version of their Facebook SDK for Android which was privately demonstrated at last week’s Google I/O conference. The company plans to provide not only the SDK but also example code and open source tools to help integrate Facebook into Android applications.
This comes not a moment to soon for the social networking giant. Android is growing at a ridiculous rate and the sooner they can find a way better to fit within apps, the better. If you’re an Android developer looking to mesh Facebook into your app, download the Facebook SDK for Android from GitHub.
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