Marmalade SDK 6.3 adds support for Android smartphones running on Intel chipsets, Roku streaming players, plus Windows Phone 8 and Blackberry 10 platforms are coming out of beta.

LONDON, UK and SUNNYVALE, CALIFORNIA, USA – May XX, 2013: Marmalade is a cross–platform tool that allows developers to create high-quality products, announced today the release of the latest version of the famous SDK, which has been supplemented with a number of new features. Marmalade SDK 6.3 adds support for Android based on the Intel platform, including the Z2580 translation processor from Intel® Atom™, which allows you to implement high-quality games and applications on a series of new devices, including Lenovo K900. Marmalade 6.3 also offers another platform for implementation – the extremely popular Roku streaming player, with support for Roku 2 devices. Millions of Roku devices are already installed in the homes of US residents, and with Marmalade, it will be easier than ever for developers to reach an ever-increasing audience.

In addition to the new platforms, the first version of the Marmalade support package has been released for BlackBerry 10 and Windows Phone 8 devices, with access to all major APIs. Marmalade has already participated in the development of top games for BlackBerry and Windows Phone 8 in the beta phase, such as Propel Man from Spiel Games and 6 three of the most popular CPU architectures in the world: Intel, ARM and MIPS.

The CEO, Harvey Elliott, noted: “Now that we have added support for Intel platforms, a full set of mobile operating systems has become available to our community. Soon we will see an even greater spread of great games and applications created with Marmalade.”

Christos Georgiopoulos, CEO of Software and Services Development at Intel Corporation, added: “Joining Marmalade to our next-generation mobile platform opens up a number of impressive opportunities for developers who want to be sure that their products are really great. Our chips are embedded in the most powerful phones in the world, and now we look forward to Marmalade developers channeling this power into even more incredible products.” 

You can find the full list of new features and updates in Marmalade SDK 6.3 here: