Currently, the SDK, which is available for download on http://innovator.samsungmobile.com, allows users to develop applications that utilize features such as the accelerometer, the camera, haptics and LED technology among many others. To date, developers have used the SDK to develop applications to enhance games, develop music applications and create social networking solutions with enhanced usability and features.
Currently, the number one downloaded application available at the recently launched Samsung Applications Store is Omniano, a virtual piano playing application developed by Sean Kwon, which puts a grand piano in the users’ hands.
“We have been actively working with developers to understand their needs and provide the functionality and usability that make developing applications a unique and fun process,” said Martin Tannerfors, Director, Samsung Mobile Innovator. “It’s exciting to see how Samsung Mobile Innovator has created a place for developers to collaborate and share new and innovative ideas and openly discuss how we can help develop enhanced SDK tools.”
The following phones are supported in the latest release of the SDK:
[October 14, 2009]
GT-I8000 Omnia II
GT-B7300 Omnia LITE
GT-B7330 Omnia PRO B7330
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