Yes, we offer both an Android SDK and an iOS Framework for developing native applications for mobile devices. These SDKs offer complete interoperability with our Skylink platform, with our SkylinkJS web SDK and with our plugin. 


On the Android side we offer distributions for both legacy Eclipse/Android Developer Tools based applications as well as IntelliJ/Android Studio based applications for Android devices running API Level 17 or above on x86, x86_64, ARMv7, and ARMv8 architectures. 


Information regarding SkylinkSDK for Android including, links to .jar downloads, maven repo information, API documentation, a sample application, and getting started guides can be found at http://skylink.io/android/


As an alternative, our SkylinkJS Web SDK is also available and is suitable for Android Web Applications for devices running Android 4.2 and above.  

 - SkylinkJS : http://skylink.io/web


On the iOS side we offer a downloadable library and a CocoaPods distribution for iOS devices capable of running iOS 7 or better. We support both Objective-C and Swift based applications. 


Information regarding the SkylinkSDK for iOS including links to downloads, API documentation, Objective-C and Swift based sample applications, and a getting started guide can be found at http://skylink.io/ios/