The latest music API being offered up for app developers to tinker with comes from ticketing firm Seatwave. It’s launched an iOS SDK that will let developers build its service into their apps, and take up to 35% of the net revenue from tickets sold to their users. Seatwave already has some people using its SDK, including What’s On Air and Maxima 99.1 FM, with music discovery app Music DNA ID due to implement it in a few days’ time. The SDK accepts payments in pounds, Euros, and US / Canadian dollars. “Not too long ago, consumers had default sites that they visited for selling and making purchases, but today, the evolution in mobile and social technology has altered both the possibilities for and our expectations of accessibility,” says Seatwave CEO Joe Cohen. “The result of this is not only a better service for consumers, who will be able to find their favourite content and services in many more places, but also new opportunities for developers to share technologies, as we are with our launch partners, for mutual benefit.”

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