Playing games can be one of the most popular activities on a new smartphone, along with browsing the web, sending emails and enjoying apps.
Models such as the iPhone 5 – which Apple is widely expected to confirm the release of today (October 4th) – could become the ultimate choice of gamers, if the latest news is anything to go by.
GamesAnalytics has confirmed that it is launching a support programme for developers creating tools for phones that run on the iOS and Android platforms.
The firm already provides a cross-platform solution for games for Facebook, browsers and PCs.
However, it will now turn its attention to mobile phones, giving creative minds access to a huge pool of data that may help in the development of games – something that is sure to be good news for iPhone 5 owners.
Last month, ChangeWave Research suggested that the sales figures enjoyed by Apple are likely to be maintained over the coming months, despite the departure of chief executive officer Steve Jobs.
Posted by Peter Robinson
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