Folks interested in creating apps for Panasonic VIERA smart TVs will be pleased to hear the good news. Panasonic has just announced the launch of the VIERA Connect Developers – a public web portal that encourages IPTV app developers to write apps for its VIERA Connect cloud-based TV service. In case you’re unfamiliar with VIERA Connect, it is a cloud-based TV service where apps are stored online and accessible through Panasonic internet-connected TVs.
With apps stored in the cloud, this means there’s no need for users to download apps onto their TVs to use them, making it easier for anybody to use. There’s also no need to worry about having enough free space on a TV to install an app, and users will also have the latest version of the app without having to manually update it – a useful feature for developers who are constantly updating their apps and don’t want to trouble their users with frequent updates.
Developers interested in bringing their apps to the Panasonic VIERA TV can head over to the VIERA Connect Developers website to find out more.
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