MAZ Digital releases a Stream Web SDK to developers
The makers of the Stream Web mobile browser have released an SDK for developers, allowing them to incorporate the features into their apps. Developer can sign up at the Stream app website.
Stream Web was developed by the digital publishing platform company MAZ Digital. The company describes its mobile browser this way: “Stream replaces URLs with visual links, essentially image clips with links attached.”
“Stream SDK makes sharing possible from any app at any time,” the company wrote on its blog page.
“And now any app can host its own branded community Stream, where users can see what one another are sharing in real time. In addition to web links, Stream SDK also supports deep links, so those visual bookmarks can even go to specific places inside a native app.”
Paul Canetti, founder and CEO of MAZ, said that the advantages of the mobile browser are that it uses images rather than links for URLs, supports deep linking, and boosts reader engagement. The mobile web browser can be found in the Apple App Store.
According to the company, Condé Nast, Forbes and other media properties are already using the SDK inside their MAZ driven apps.