Social networking site MySpace give users access to developers' applications
Social networking site MySpace has launched an application gallery to offer its users direct access to developers' applications.
Users of the MySpace application gallery will be able to browse applications and integrate them into their MySpace home page and profile, giving them a more engaging and entertaining online experience, said MySpace.
The MySpace home page will feature an application gallery icon at the top of the page, so users can easily be directed to the gallery.
An application gallery splash page is being launched with featured applications in an effort to further promote applications and support developers, MySpace said.
The application gallery had previously been in beta format. In February, the MySpace developer platform site was created to give software developers the chance to deeply integrate their applications with MySpace.
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