Mobile gaming company PlayPhone has extended the support of its mobile social network to Windows Phone 7 mobile operating system.
The company’s free SDK (software development kit) already supports both iOS and Android platforms as well as HTML5 and Unity. The inclusion of Windows Phone 7 makes PlayPhone the first mobile social tool to be integrated across all major platforms. Windows Phone 7 already allows game developers to incorporate a number of additional social features into their games, which range from chat functionality to cross-platform multiplayer.
”With the integration of WP7 into the PlayPhone SGN SDK, PlayPhone is making it easy for mobile developers working on WP7 platform to integrate games into one of the largest evolving gaming destinations,” says Anders Evju, senior vice president and general manager of PlayPhone.
According to PlayPhone, the company has 35 million registered users across various platforms, and stands as one of the first social gaming networks to offer its services on Windows Phone, where Microsoft's built-in XBOX Live platform serves as the standard.
For detailed information on the PlayPhone SDK, visit its official website.