Nothing Glyph Developer Kit released

Michail, 12 February 2024

Nothing Tech has released its Glyph Developer Kit allowing developers to take advantage of the LED lights on the back of Nothing phones and integrate Glyph functionality in their apps. The software development kit (SDK) is live on GitHub and currently supports Phone (1) and Phone (2) devices. Phone (1) has 12 programmable LED lighting zones while Phone (2) brings the total to 33.

Nothing Phone (1) and Phone (2) Glyph Interface indexation Nothing Phone (1) and Phone (2) Glyph Interface indexation
Nothing Phone (1) and Phone (2) Glyph Interface indexation

The Glyph Developer Kit GitHub page features the repository and support documents alongside detailed instructions on Glyph Interface indexation for each of the two supported phones. Developers can start tinkering with Glyph Developer Kit and can also sign up to be notified when API key registrations open.

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