Liquify

Liquid Daffodil is quite the name within the Windows Phone community. We've covered the developer numerous times here with multiple apps, services and incredible deals and offers for both consumers and developers to get involved. Through receiving a number of requests from developers, today we'll be looking at App to App protocols and how simple it is to connect to Liquid Daffodil apps.

If you're wanting to connect to a Liquid Daffodil app, there's good news to be relayed back to you as Liquid Daffodil has made good use of Microsoft's App to App protocols. This enables you to essentially link to another Windows Phone app and launch it directly on the device. It's more efficient than having the consumer exit or send your app into the background to search and load another.

For a quick glance view at support with Liquid Daffodil apps, check out the following table:

Liquid Daffodil

If there are any questions burning on your mind before venturing out and integrating your own apps, the team is asking developers to get in touch for further information or to even to make requests. A solid example would be glƏƏk! on Windows Phone loading our own Windows Phone Central app directly from the timeline. It's pretty cool stuff.

This is yet another way to get involved with other developers and offer more rich experiences for your own user base.