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Samsung MultiScreen SDK gains release date

Samsung has launched their MultiScreen SDK and announced its release date for November 12, in 12 days time, along with a few details about the MultiScreen Software Development Kit. In a nutshell, developers will be able to use iOS APIs, JavaScript and Android to connect mobile devices with Samsung Smart TVs.

The official Samsung MultiScreen SDK hub can be found right here and by clicking the image you can email the correct team with any questions you have, although you won’t find any resources in the download center just yet thanks to just under 2 weeks to go until the release date.

You can take a look at all the current SDKs available in Samsung’s download center, which include the Mobile SDK, ChatON SDK, Samsung Web App SDK, bada SDK 2.0.6, Theme Designer 2.04, In-App Ad SDK 2.5.4, In-App Purchase Library 2.0, and other resources at the time of writing.

Another interesting article can be found on Mashable that asks if Samsung’s MultiScreen SDK can make TV Apps a thing at last? While Samsung has seen some success with TV apps, they could be much more successful with the right developer support. Take a look at that article through the link to read a detailed article on this very topic.

Do you use Samsung TV Apps, and if not what would make you start to use them on your Connected Smart TV?

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