OpenFeint said that "it's time to give Android some love," and the platform that lets developers add social networking features to their games will be coming soon to Google's mobile OS. Aurora Feint, parent company of OpenFeint described the service as "Xbox Live meets Facebook for iPhone." The company is working with game publishers and studios such as Hudson, Digital Chocolate, Glu, Pik Pok, DistinctDev, Rocketcat Games, Tastyplay.com, ustwo, and Astraware for a release later this summer."
"OpenFeint launched on iOS in early 2009 and reportedly attracted more than a million users in less than a month. Now, it has been integrated into over 1,800 different iPhone apps and has 28.1 million active players. Users can connect, chat, or play head to head with their friends, compete with other players on global leaderboards or track their achievements, and discover games popular among users."
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