March 28th, 2008 | Published in Google Code
Objective-C, the native application development language for Mac OS X, is now the development language for the iPhone as well. That makes our open-source Google Data APIs Objective-C Client Library the natural way to write iPhone software that interacts with Google's services.
The source files in the new version 1.4 of the library compile without a hitch under the iPhone SDK. They also support the latest Google Data APIs, such as the Contacts Data API and YouTube video uploading.
If you are a Mac or iPhone developer looking to integrate Google's services with your application, or if you're just curious, take a look at the project and the examples on our Google Code site.