Location identity company Incognia has launched its Developer Edition, a free version of Incognia’s mobile fraud prevention solution for mobile app developers. The offering allows mobile developers to add frictionless fraud prevention to fintech and mcommerce apps, enabling UX design and account security within their apps.
Google has released Beta 6 of Android Q bringing the final beta release for developers, with the official release to consumers “just a few weeks away.”
Google has released Beta 4 of Android Q bringing the final Android Q APIs for developers. The Beta 4 update includes the latest Android Q system images for Pixel and Android Emulator, along with the final Android Q developer APIs (API level 29), the official API 29 SDK, and updated build tools for Android Studio. Together, these give developers everything they need to test their apps for compatibility with Android Q and build with Android Q features and APIs.
Google has released Beta 3 of Android Q and the focus this year is on bringing new mobile experiences, more control of privacy and enhanced security.
Google has released Beta 2 of Android Q and among fixes and other features, it has brought the foldable emulator for developers. The foldable emulator will let developers make games and apps for the upcoming wave of foldable devices.
Square today launched the Square Reader SDK, giving Android and iOS developers the ability to use Square hardware to accept in-person payments directly from within their own application, with no app-switch required. With only a few lines of code, developers can quickly add EMV- and PCI-compliant in-person payments to any Android or iOS app.
Google has today announced Android P, which won’t get a real name or version number at the moment due to the fact that this is an early baseline build for developers only. Like Android Oreo, the P release doesn’t come with a lot of major feature additions. There are several notable additions, and then a massive number of small tweaks and API changes for developers.
PowWow Mobile today announced at the BlackBerry Security Summit, its integration with the BlackBerry Dynamics Secure Mobility Platform.
Back in February of this year, BlackBerry entered the CPaaS market with the introduction of the BBM Enterprise SDK, enabling developers to integrate secure messaging, voice and video capabilities into applications and services.