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ENHANCED: fring opens API for Developers to include Mobile Applications
Posted by Arne Hess - on Wednesday, 18.06.08 - 20:28:36 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 9474x
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When I was in Israel back in April, I also had the chance to meet the fring folks at their HQ and while fring didn't unveiled anything at that time, Neal Fullman, PR director fring made clear that fring wants to be and is more then just another mobile phone (and Windows Mobile) optimized VoIP and chat application but it's about mobility and content in general. And now, fring made it real and opened its opened-up the fring platform by introducing the "fringAPI".
fring is making it available for free, to any developer who wants to create new mobile applications or offer their own web services to the fring community.

Gil Regev, Online Marketing Coordinator fring underlined: "We're very excited about this, as with the fringAPI we are adding mobile applications by welcoming in an entire world of talented developers (they only need a working knowledge of basic server-side language such as PHP, JSP, ASPX etc and XML). These mobile applications will bring users a richer experience and, potentially, an unlimited selection of mobile games, services, communities and more."

All newly developed applications will be available as fringAdd-ons, accessed free of charge, from the fring Catalog, inside the regular mobile application. Developers can get started today by logging into the fring Developers Section, the catalog is to go live sometimes in July 2008.

Cheers ~ Arne


 
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