The Nick App on Amazon Powered by Ludei

The much awaited Nick App powered by Ludei is now available on Amazon! 

As you may have read on Techcrunch and Venturebeat, Nickelodeon has become one of the biggest and latest Fortune 500 customer for Ludei till date. The debate about whether HTML5 is a viable option for app and game development seems to be an issue of the past. With the popular Nickelodeon joining hands with Ludei’s HTML5 expertise and CocoonJS technology, this exemplifies that HTML5 is truly ready for app and game development. CocoonJS is a cross platform development tool that allows developers to code once, and then publish their app or game across multiple web platforms and mobile devices with native like performance and HTML5. It even supports amazing features like WebGL, multiplayer support, etc.

Nickelodeon strongly feels that Ludei’s CocoonJS technology has helped them speed up their game performance for Android mobile devices, thus allowing Nickelodeon to get the HTML5 performance they want and need for their games.

These past months, Ludei has been working with Nickelodeon to help them launch a very important app. This much awaited, Emmy award winning, Nickelodeon App, is published and ready on Amazon. All the games in this application are powered by Ludei’s CocoonJS technology. Check it out here and download it for free on your Amazon Kindle Fire or any other Android device. It will also be available on Google Play soon.

Ludei’s CEO, Eneko Knorr, states “Nickelodeon’s use of HTML5 technology is another example that HTML5 is ready for prime time, and Ludei’s technology will be instrumental in powering HTML5 game deployment,” said Knorr.  It’s already received 5 stars with great reviews from customers. The Nick App is merely just an example of what all HTML5 and the CocoonJS development platform can do.

Here’s wishing you all a Happy New Year from the Ludei team! We wish you the best, and cheers to a wonderful 2014!


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