In a first for a mobile platform, Red today launched the Red Platform’s first platform for content creators.
The Red platform for mobile content creators has been in development since last year and will bring to the market the tools to help publishers create and monetize their content, including monetization tools that can be integrated into any of the platform’s apps.
The platform, which was first unveiled at a Red event in October, is currently being developed for publishers and developers who want to create and distribute content on mobile platforms like Android, iOS and Windows 10.
Red has been working with leading digital content creators like Facebook and YouTube, and also with mobile content aggregators like Flipkart and Snapdeal, among others.
It has also built partnerships with other content publishers and brands like Flipboard, Amazon, Netflix, Red, YouTube, Twitch and YouTube Red.
The latest version of Red also includes a video editor, a collaboration tool, and a media discovery app that can search and find the content you want on mobile devices.
“We’ve worked on these apps in our labs for the last six months.
These are tools that we want to be able to use,” said Manish Shah, general manager of Red’s Media and Creativity Platform, which has been developed by Red’s partners and acquired by Flipkarts in February 2018.
“It’s going to make a big difference in the monetization of content.
Red’s goal is to provide the platform that allows content creators to reach their audience through the platform.”
It will be an early adopter for the Red product.
In the past few months, Red has also worked with Flipkarted and Snap, as well as the likes of the Red Play Store and Red Play Media.
Red said that in the coming months, it plans to launch several new apps.
“This is not a one-time deal.
We’re going to build a very big ecosystem.
We’ve got all the platforms, including Apple, Android, Windows and others,” said Shah.
The company has also launched a series of tools for publishers to monetize content on the platform.
The first of these, called Red’s Content Builder, will help publishers monetize and distribute their content.
“With Red’s content builder, publishers can build content to their platform, including videos, images, podcasts, videos and other content,” said Red’s VP and chief marketing officer Amit Gupta.
“There are many platforms out there for monetizing content.
With Red’s product, publishers will have access to a lot of tools, including the ability to create content and manage it on their platform,” he added.
Red will also offer a mobile app for mobile publishers and mobile content producers.
It will have tools for adding videos, photos, podcasts and other mobile content, and will be able stream content directly to the platform, Gupta said.
Red plans to be a key player in the mobile ecosystem in the future.
“Red is the first of a lot that we’ll be creating to help content creators build a strong platform for their content,” Gupta said in a statement.
“Our mobile platform is just the first step in that direction.”
The company is also working on a tool that will be integrated in any of its apps to help developers monetize mobile content.
The app will be a complete dashboard, with all the content, users and monetization information.
“As the platform matures, we’ll add more tools that will help you make money with content,” Shah said.
“For example, we have an app for generating revenue for publishers, called Revenue Maker.
The more revenue you earn, the more you’ll be able create more content.”
Red’s platform will also be a new kind of platform.
While Red is building its own apps for its content creators, it will also make them available for all platforms that support them.
“In a few years, we will be the biggest platform for publishers in the world,” Gupta added.
“If you’re a mobile publisher or content producer, you’re going be able connect with us directly on Red.”