New Kit For iPhone App Developers

Sonoma Wire Works' AudioCopy & AudioPaste SDK for iPhone App developers is now available      09/12/09
New Kit For iPhone App Developers


Here's the press release....
Sonoma Wire Works has launched the AudioCopy & AudioPaste Software Development Kit and will be offering it to select iPhone App Developers. Taking the new Copy/Paste features available in the Apple iPhone software to a new level, Sonoma Wire Works has developed AudioCopy and AudioPaste functionality for the iPhone.
Software Developers who wish to receive this SDK may request to join the Mobile Audio Product Interaction (MAPI) Program. MAPI Program partners are interested in making mobile audio tools work together to create the best user experience. FourTrack has the ability to paste audio information from a growing list of AudioCopy enabled apps including Sonoma Wire Works' InstantDrummer, Retronyms' DopplerPad, and VOX 3000. Several popular iPhone App developers have expressed interest in joining MAPI and are receiving the AudioCopy & AudioPaste SDK (MAPI-ACP SDK) for including this functionality in their audio apps. Pricing and Availability:
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  • http://www.sonomawireworks.com/iphone/partners

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    1 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
    fight mp3    Said...

    Maybe they should make a joint venture with Amidios ioLibrary.

    Before we have the next wave of incompatible standards figthing for supremacy.

    besides that it would be best for all to have one standard, ioLibrary is far superior.

    09-Dec-09 05:48 PM


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