Samsung’s Bada OS is now having its SDK released to the public, well, to the developers at least. Samsung’s partners have been able to work with the SDK for a while now, but regular devs are also going access it now, by registering for free on the Bada developer site.


Bada is getting a lot of support from major players like Twitter, Electronic Arts, Gameloft and other software makers, who promised to contribute apps to the platform. We remind you that Samsung also started a developer competition, with a total prize value of $2.7 million, so developers will be more than glad to work with them.

[via samsunghub]

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