Nuance Offering Dictation SDK to Mobile Devs
Nuance Communications today announced the availability of the Dragon Mobile SDK for iOS and Android. The new software developer kit can be used by application developers to incorporate Nuance's voice dictation, voice search, and text-to-voice engines. Developers can download and use the SDK for free for 90 days and Nuance says it has tiered pricing available once developers' apps are ready for the market. Nuance believes that by offering this tool set to developers, it will lead to richer and better apps for iOS and Android devices.
Google Makes New Google Cast SDK Available
Google today offered developers access to the Google Cast SDK version 3.0 for Android and iOS. Google first discussed changes to its casting platform at the I/O developer conference in May.
Google's Daydream Developer Tools Exit Beta
Google today made Google VR SDK 1.0 with support for Daydream available to developers. The VR SDK, which has been in beta since earlier this year, gives developers the tools they need to create virtual reality content for Google's Daydream platform.
Cyanogen Introduces Platform SDK
Cyanogen today announced the Cyanogen Platform SDK, a new tool meant to make developing for Cyanogen easier. Cyanogen describes the Platform SDK as an open-source tool that lets developers use existing APIs within CyanogenMod's framework or to create their own APIs for the greater community.
Microsoft's Project Rome SDK to Let Android, Windows Play Nice
Microsoft this week released the Project Rome SDK, a tool for developers that will let Android devices control Windows devices and vice versa. Once fully enabled, third-party apps will be able to see Android and Windows devices when they are connected to the internet.
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