KittyPad, a collaborative of developers and designers that has previously focused on building educational applications for use on the iPhone and iPad, has released their new SDK (software development kit) that’s geared toward both developers of educational applications for kids and general game developers.
The SDK includes the tools for implementing health protection, subscriptions and exchange downloading. It’s designed to help spread game awareness and increase downloads, according to the folks at KittyPad. The primary component is KittyPad’s group purchase/subscription service, which users can purchase via an in-app purchase.
The subscription service also includes a SDK for a health protection feature that is added to apps to prevent RSI (Repetitive Stress Injury). The SDK is free and can be accessed by signing up on the KittyPad website (http://m.kittypad.com).