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Re: AT&T Stocks Shelves at New App Store With HTML5
Posted by: Rachelle Dragani 2016-02-02 22:32:34
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AT&T on Monday announced a new API platform and app store, called "AppCenter." The online store will be opened later this year and will feature HTML5 software. The store will sell wares for Android phones and iPhones. Unlike the Android Market or Apple's App Store, the platform will be similar to a magazine-like collection of stories, according to AT&T, where users can find apps and also be pointed in the direction of other app outlets. In addition to the store, AT&T will offer a new API that will give developers the tools to create MMS, SMS, location and bill-paying apps.


Re: AT&T Stocks Shelves at New App Store With HTML5
Posted by: jamesgrills07 2018-03-15 05:05:56 In reply to: Rachelle Dragani
In today's app crazy world, you never know which app will get highly appreciated and which app will not be received well. The demand level has gone up so high that the developers have to make sure that they have made an app that covers all aspects and expectations.
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