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Today Wade Wegner has released the Windows Azure Toolkit for Android, along with significant updates to the toolkits for Windows Phone and iOS. You can get the toolkits here:

The purpose of these toolkits are to make it easier for mobile device developers – across device platforms – to build applications that use Windows Azure to host services. Some of the more notable updates are:

  • Initial release of the Windows Azure Toolkit for Android, including native libraries (for storage and authentication), a sample application, and unit tests.
  • Support for SQL Azure in the Windows Azure Toolkit for Windows Phone.
  • Full support for Windows Azure Toolkits for Visual Studio 1.4 and Windows Developer Phone Tools 7.1 RC.
  • Shipped the full source code to BabelCam, which is now available in the Windows Phone Marketplace (for Zune).

This recording by Wade Wegner covers everything new:

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