Apple kicked off its Worldwide Developers Conference with a bang, showing off powerful new features in the iOS and OS X platforms as well as a MacBook Pro with a retina display. Mashable spoke with several developers immediately after the keynote, and they’re excited to start putting the new features to work.
But there was also some disappointment in the air. One thing many developers wanted to see but didn’t happen: a Siri API, the secret code that would let any developer create integration with the service. Apple announced many enhancements to Siri, including the ability to launch apps and several new languages. But a full API wasn’t on the docket.
“I was hoping for a Siri API today… Continue reading…
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