Similar to Web-based social networking, mobile social networking involves individuals with similar interests talking to each other via their mobile phones; so the present day scenario is that mobile social networks and communities continue to grow at remarkable pace.
Realizing the potential of the mobile app market, WeLink has come up with its new suite of "Social Community SDKs" for mobile apps built using iOS, Android (News - Alert) and Appcelerator Titanium.
WeLink's Social Community SDK, a white labeled solution, can be integrated into any mobile app, enabling developers to build social apps with excellent user experience in mere minutes.
WeLink's SDK displays social profile data on users from LinkedIn, Twitter (News - Alert), Facebook, Klout, Kred, Foursquare, Instagram and many more. It ultimately provides a way to find people categorized based on topics; search profiles via keyword and sort people by metrics of influence. It can additionally connect and link users to multiple social networks.
It even works without Internet connectivity, yet still ensures a smooth operation at highly crowded events with limited or no Internet connectivity.
"Increasingly, people are living their lives on their mobile devices, and businesses are looking for ways to enhance the mobile experience for their users. It's a no-brainer that all apps should be social, but they're not. It takes an insane amount of time and money to build well designed social features for mobile," commented in a statement Nathan Chandra at WeLink.
"Our mission is clear: to socially power all mobile apps in minutes. WeLink provides a development tool; a simple solution that integrates a richly connected social community into any regular mobile app. WeLink can transform any mobile app into a socially connected, location aware beast."
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Edited by Allison Boccamazzo