HTC Beats Audio API to Become Available to Developers

HTC Beats Audio API to Become Available to Developers

HTC’s got a fever, and the only prescription is more cowbell beats. When HTC gobbled up some stock in Beats by Dr. Dre, it had yet to be seen what the company planned to do with it. However, now HTC is working on releasing some delicious API goodies for Beats, now that the platform has been out on some HTC devices for a little while. According to HTC, the API tools will: “Allow third-party developers to harness the potential of Beats Audio and bring that top-notch audio experience to their own apps.” Although there’s no official release date for these tools, we hope that developers will take the platform and embrace it… or at least give the functionality some love.

Source: Engadget

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    October 20, 08:21 Reply

    Oh yes! This awesome news! I love the products by Dr.Dre, especially Beats HD. The sound is perfect. I want to see what they can do with HTC. Thanks for this news. I will be waiting new technologies by Dre with HTC.

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