One of the most curious aspects of LG G3 is the housing that accompanies the terminal, called QuickCircle with which we can answer calls, respond to messages and much more without more than using the screen that is exposed when the lid is closed. From now on, LG allows developers to create their own applications.
For those who do not know her, the LG G3 QuickCircle case It allows you to make use of various functions present in the terminal of the South Korean company such as answering calls, answering messages, controlling music, launching the camera or checking our email account. However, there is still a lot of use to be made of its functionalities and that is why LG has just published the SDK of the case so that any developer can create their own application, offering many more options to users who could be encouraged to purchase this terminal.
Although it has not yet reached Europe, the LG G3 is one of the most anticipated smartphones of this year, as it offers great quality both internally and externally. In addition to the SDK for the QuickCircle case, LG has also started to publish the code for other equally interesting functions included in the terminal. For example, with the SDK QSlide, developers will be able to “convert” their applications to a miniature version in windowed mode. With the QRemote it will allow to increase the compatibility that devices controlled through infrared while with the SDK of QPair Developers will have the possibility to use the phone-to-tablet function that allows, among other things, to answer calls to a tablet from an LG phone linked to it.
All those interested in seeing the new LG SDKs for their LG G3 and the development of applications for QuickCircle, will be able to attend a developer conference which will take place in San Francisco in a few days, quite close to what Google will offer during the last days of June.