LG Kicks Off Developer Loaner Program, Releases Remote SDK
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Nov 4, 2013, 4:35 PM by Eric M. Zeman
LG today announced a device loaner program meant to get its latest smartphones into the hands of developers so they can create apps for them. LG is offering registered developers an LG G2 handset for a period of 30 days. The device can be used to create and test applications. In addition to the loaner program, LG released a software developer kit for its QuickRemote application. The QRemote SDK will let developers tap into LG's IR remote control application to add their own devices. The app will also gain a macro button so developers can let it turn on multiple pieces of gear at once with the push of a single button. The QuickRemote SDK is available for download from LG's developer support site.
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