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Microsoft’s Xbox Live social gaming feature can now be integrated into any iOS and Android app

[2019-03-14 17:13:15]

Microsoft is today launching a new Xbox Live mobile SDK to iOS and Android to allow developers to bring Xbox Live functionality to mobile platforms. The Verge reports that features such as achievements, Gamescore, hero stats, friend lists, clubs, and a few family settings will be available on both iOS and Android. The post Microsoft’s Xbox Live social gaming feature can now be integrated into any iOS and Android app appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Microsoft’s Xbox Live social gaming feature can now be integrated into any iOS and Android app


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