Zapstreak globally released its SDK to the public for its AirPlay-like media streaming solution for Android. Before its debut back in April, Zapstreak was hoping to build a single app for streaming media cross-platform. After studying the market, however, Zapstreak was released for Android as there was a lack of this tech in the Android market, and Apple had already created AirPlay for iOS. Zapstreak works similarly to AirPlay, except without the additional hardware capabilities that AirPlay require since the tech is built on DLNA standard. The SDK will allow developers to build music, video or picture-streaming right into their app. Since it doesn’t require any hardware, the SDK should work out-of-the-box a great boon to developers who are looking for plug-and-play integration.
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Zapstreak Globally Releases Their SDK for Android
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