Facebook Releases Updated SDKs For IOS, Android

Facebook announced the release of new software-development kits for the iOS and Android platforms, announcing in a post on its developer blog that version 3.2.1 of Facebook SDK for iOS and version 3.0.1 of Facebook SDK for Android are now available for download.

The changes are mostly described as “bug fixes and improvements,” with support for frictionless requests being added to the iOS SDK. Here are more details from the blog post:

Today we’re releasing the 3.2.1 version of the Facebook SDK for iOS that you can download here. This update includes bug fixes and adds support for frictionless requests to the SDK’s new FBWebDialogs class. This lets your application use frictionless requests without importing the deprecated headers.

Since launching the Facebook SDK 3.0 for Android, we’ve received great feedback from all of you. We’ve taken your suggestions seriously and made several enhancements based on what you’ve said is useful to you. We’re releasing an updated version of our SDK that includes bug fixes and improvements. Download the Facebook SDK 3.0.1 for Android now.

Developers: What changes or additions are you looking forward to in the next update?

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