So it was not just GyPSii that opened up its platform to the third parties. BuzzCity is doing the same with the launch of myGamma Developer Platform. As a result, interested developers can use the API provided to integrate their applications with the 3.2 million user-strong mobile social networking service – myGamma.
From the official release:
The initiative expects to see yet more engaging and useful applications developed as part of the company’s commitment to creating an enriching experience when users discover, connect and share. Insights into user activity suggest that utility applications like job alerts or cheap fare alerts will do just as well as fun activities like snowballs and water-bombs. BuzzCity also expects more advertisers to use the Developer Platform to deploy applications as an alternate means of reaching mobile internet users.
It’s good to see mobile social networks following the example of their “desktop brothers” like Facebook and MySpace. I wonder which service will jump on board next? I can certainly see this being beneficial for all the parties involved…