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Facebook and Google are in an arms race, but this time not over active user counts. Both tech giants are making big moves in the deep linking world, allowing users to go straight from one app to another. For instance, when a user clicks on an ad from Hotels.com within their Facebook News Feed, they’re led into the Hotels.com app (if they’ve got it installed) instead of a mobile browser.
… documentation. At 2014′s WWDC, Apple announced Extensions, which allow app developers to expose a bit of interface in other apps while the user is handling certain contexts. Some examples of these contexts are the "share" menu (which can be presented with different types of data that apps can choose to respond to), the "today" section of notification center…
… Facebook announced the addition of three new partners for its FbStart program for mobile application startups: Braintree, Appmethod, and Get Satisfaction. The social network launched FbStart at its F8 global developer conference in San Francisco in April, providing developers with free tools and services worth up to $30,000 from Facebook and 11…