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Facebook is launching new initiatives for Horizon creators, including a new $10M Creator Fund to support the creator and developer community.
TikTok is offering an experimental toolset called Effect Studio, to allow developers to create AR effects and experiences.
Twitter is launching Spaces lookup and Spaces Search endpoints to let developers build tools around its live audio feature.
TikTok is introducing Jump, a new way to share content through embedded mini-programs and services (Jumps) in their videos.
Apple is making the development of AR apps more accessible to the masses by letting developers create 3D models from 2D photos.
TikTok has announced two new developer kits that enable sound and music sharing and the integration of TikTok login in other apps.
As VR content expands beyond gaming, Facebook is bringing support for subscriptions on the Oculus Quest platform.
The new Zoom SDK will help developers build Zoom into their own software and integrate its audio and video features directly into your apps.
After a year of battling with some developers, Apple will allow most to qualify for a reduced App Store fee of 15%.
Following changes to its Platform Terms and Developer Policies, Facebook is announcing the broad launch of Data Use Checkup for developers.
On Monday November 4, TikTok announced TikTok for developers, its first SDK, allowing third-party apps to add a direct sharing feature.
Facebook has announced that it has filed suit against two app developers who used malware to create fake user clicks on Facebook ads.
Software houses shouldn’t underestimate the power of social media. People are looking for value, and software houses can deliver this and a lot more.
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