Silicon Valley, California – One of the questions that most developers face when developing a new application or game is which framework should I use? Should I go all native, which requires substantially more effort, or should I use a higher level language that may not have the performance or even features required for a smooth user experience? Today, you can have the best of both worlds. With the help of, you will have access to the low level APIs that is part of the device you are developing for.

Currently, we are focused on bringing all of the features of iOS6 to Flash Developers. We’ve developed many applications and games for iPhone and iPad over the years using a multitude of frameworks, from cocos2d to Unity3D. One platform that we came back to was Adobe Flash because they opened up Native Extensions, which is the ability to run native code on a device. Not only are we able to offload heavy computations, we can now access APIs that was once not available to Adobe Flash.

This is where we come in, at, we develop Adobe Air Native Extensions (ANE) for a variety of native frameworks. At press release, we have iAd, Newsstand, iCloud, PassBook, and GameKit available for immediate integration. These extensions are extensive and complete. For example, GameKit ANE has hundreds of API calls, allowing you to create realtime multiplayer games, turn based multiplayer games, enable voice chat, and leaderboards – all natively, from Adobe Flash using ActionScript3. Come by and have a look. We also take requests in our forums.

Air Extensions
Game Kit by Vitapoly
PassKit by Vitapoly
iCloud ANE by vitapoly
iAd by Vitapoly

vitapoly inc. was founded in 2008 by John Chen, Michael Wang, and Mark Chen. All of us are Software Engineers with decades of experience in the industry. Our mission is to create awesome games and apps for customers and make available our best tools for our peers. is a property of vitapoly inc. Copyright (C) 2013 vitapoly inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, iOS, iPhone, iPod, and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. Adobe and Flash are registered trademarks of Adobe Inc.

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