Cross-platform web development tools company MoSync AB has announced extended functionality in the open-source release of its MoSync Software Development Kit (SDK) and MoSync Reload.
The Swedish firm may be a relative unknown by many tech industry watcher's margins, but the firm insists that the SDK's new functionality for managing in-app purchases has proven to be one of the "most reliable business models" for developers to monetize their applications — on Android and iOS.
While many development groups are yet to turn onto the charms of Microsoft's mobile offering, the SDK also boasts support for the Windows Phone 7 platform. This, fairly logically, should enable developers to use MoSync's core libraries and application programming interfaces (APIs) to build native apps for Windows Phone 7.
MoSync insists that it has consolidated its support for Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 platform, which means that all of the powerful C++ libraries in MoSync work automatically in applications built for Windows Phone 7 devices. In addition, MoSync has extended its NativeUI C++ Library with support for several new widgets.