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OpenFeint To Become ClosedFeint On Dec. 14 As Owner Plans Shutdown
OpenFeint, one of the first iOS leaderboard platforms, is shutting down, according to its owners. Developers have until Dec. 14 to look for another (read: Game Center) solution.
Bryan M. Wolfe
| November 19
AppAdvice Daily: White iPhone Coming Soon, Open Feint Gets Acquired, And More!
More white iPhone rumors, but this time they may actually be worth talking about. Plus OpenFeint gets acquired, but isn't going anywhere, and we have an app that will convert you for life.
| April 23
GREE Buys OpenFeint: Expect "Faster SDK Updates, Awesome New Products"
GREE - a Japanese gaming network - has just purchased OpenFeint for the sum of $104 million.
| April 22
Google Comments On Apple's Updated Terms Of Service
Google has commented on Apple's updated terms of service. Read on to find out what the search engine giant had to say...
| September 10
OpenFeint's PlayTime Brings iOS And Android Gamers Together
Following Apple's special event last week, OpenFeint announced a new, upcoming service. Read on to find out more...
| September 9
OpenFeint Launches Cross-Platform SMS And Email Invite System
Earlier this year, Aurora Feint announced that they would be "taking their talents to Android." Now the company is looking to bring iOS and Android gamers even closer by allowing them to send SMS and email invites to any contact on their phone, no matter the platform.
| August 18
Capcom Chooses OpenFeint To Provide Online Services For Two New Games
Capcom has chosen Aurora Feint's OpenFeint to provide online gaming services for their two new iPhone games.
| May 5
Download The OpenFeint-Enabled To-Do App 'Dunnit!' Today For Free
Dunnit! launched in the App Store as the only OpenFeint-enabled to-do app earlier this month for $4.99, and now it is available for free today only. What are you waiting for? Go download it!
| March 31
From Macworld: Discussion with Eros Resmini of OpenFeint
We sat down with Eros Resmini of OpenFeint, and tried to find out as much about OpenFeint as we could. Click through to read about everything OpenFeint, currently and in the future.
| February 19