Facebook Unveils Android SDK 3.0: Native Login, Install Metrics And More

Posted on Dec 14 2012 - 10:13am by Editorial Staff
Facebook SDK 3.0

Facebook SDK 3.0

The social giant finally after 80,000 beta downloads has unveiled that it is now taking the Facebook SDK 3.0 for Android out of beta version. The mentioned downloads take place in total of six weeks time and now the company taken an edge to move towards the fully supported version. The new SDK let it easy for user to build Android apps by providing native UI controls, simplifying session management and improvement API support.

The company in the full version including more native UI controls in the SDKs helping developers quickly build common features. Along with this, the social giant offering easier session management, better Facebook API support and even the mobile install measurement. The latest SDK version is compatible for all apps integrated with SDK 2.0 or higher. The last date for developers to move to SDK 3.0 is maximum by June 13, 2013, the time at which Facebook ends the support for issues with SDK 2.0.

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