The Apple iPhone might be making all the headlines, but Android devices outsold the iPhone in the U.S. in the first quarter of this year (and BlackBerry devices outsold them both). Should you make a special effort to deliver your videos to Android users?
Online Video Platform Kyte has been building out its 360° video platform, making sure its videos reach the greatest number of viewers. Today, Kyte is announcing extended support for the Android operating system. New offerings include the Kyte Android App Framework and the Kyte Android SDK.
The Android SDK is available now and lets Android developers add Kyte-powered video and interactivity into Android apps.
The Android App Framework is also available now. It lets developers quickly create native Android apps based on pre-built functional modules, including video playback, video creation, real-time social interactivity, location-aware events, Twitter, RSS readers, and more.
“At a time when increasingly fragmented audiences are viewing video content on multiple devices, organizations need an easy and flexible way to distribute video across multiple screens and operating systems. Our 360° video platform makes it easier than ever for companies to support Android, in addition to our existing native support for iPhone/iPad, Blackberry, and Nokia devices,” says Daniel Graf, Kyte’s CEO.