ScoreLoop Encouraging IOS Devs to Make the Move to Android
Is it just me, or does it feel like that perhaps the industry is finally taking notice that Android is here to stay? The latest indication that this is so comes from the social gaming guru’s, ScoreLoop. Check out a quote from their page talking about their Go Android campaign:
We’re teaming up with leading iOS developers to make the transition to Android smooth. Because it’s not just about the money, but also about development resources, market knowledge and trust.
Scoreloop will port your game to Android, free of charge, and provide you with the market leading social gaming tools to help you leverage tens of million new users.
Launch partners, Geared and Toobz, will be live in the Android Market in days.
Sounds like a pretty sweet deal for IOS developers to diversify their app reach, hitting the two biggest mobile markets out there. I hope that this is a sign that we will continue to see the quality of games and apps from the IOS side finally make their way over to Android.
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