Aviary, which released image editing SDKs for use by developers of Windows Phone and Windows 8 apps, has announced that it has stopped development for both platforms.
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Aviary has now released its popular photo editor made for Windows Phone 8 devices, after previously releasing SDKs for Windows Phone 7 and more recently Windows 8.
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The well known photo editing software company Aviary has announced it has launched an SDK for Windows 8 software developers to access, along with its own free Windows 8 photo editor.
Aviary has released a new SDK for Windows Phone app developers and website creators, which allows them to put in Aviary photo editing features for their products.