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Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Samsung Releases New SDKs


Samsung released five new software development kits (SDKs) for creating consumer and enterprise apps on its smartphones, tablets and Smart TVs today at Samsung Developers Conference.

The new SDKs, available in beta today, include a more streamlined Samsung Mobile SDK, Samsung Multiscreen SDK, Samsung Multiscreen Gaming SDK, and a Samsung Smart TV SDK. Also, Samsung KNOX SDK will be introduced and highlighted at the conference.

- Based on a cloud publishing system, the Multiscreen SDK includes APIs for one-touch discovery and pairing of devices, which allows for content sharing across devices.

- A streamlined version of the Samsung Mobile SDK is now available. The SDK now combines 10 individual packages, including the latest S Pen, Media Control, Professional Audio, and Gesture, into a single integrated SDK.

- Samsung has partnered with Unity Technologies to create the Samsung Multiscreen Gaming SDK. It is a gaming engine built on top of the Samsung Multiscreen SDK that allows game developers to create multiscreen games that people play on any big screen TV using a Samsung smartphone or tablet as a console.

- The Samsung Smart TV SDK lets developers create applications for Samsung Smart TVs. This version includes WebEngine 2014 for support of next year's Smart TVs, as well as Samsung Connect for multiscreen support. The SDK also now supports Smart Home development, closed captioning so that subtitles can appear in video apps, and improved content filtering and search.

- The Samsung KNOX SDK provides security and management enhancements, which enables enterprises to support both Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) without compromising either corporate security or employee privacy.

The Samsung Developers Conference is the company's inaugural global developer event taking place October 28 and October 29, at the Westin St. Francis in San Francisco.

Samsung has been trying to expand the universe of software and services available to its devices. In recent years, the hardware maker has made a big push to turn software into a strength by wooing developers, building more offices in Silicon Valley, and making more investments and acquisitions in the area.




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