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Toq SDK 1.5: Enhanced Interaction with Wearables

Jun 19, 2014

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With the release of the Qualcomm® Toq™ SDK in March we provided the ability for Android apps to communicate directly with the Qualcomm Toq smartwatch. Developers of new and existing apps are able to utilize the SDK extend their user experience to the wrist with exciting results. One such developer is reQall, whose reqallable app is now “Toq enabled” and available to download through Google Play.

reqallable is a context-aware app that intelligently identifies critical information and enables wearers to act on what matters most in email and text messages. reqallable contextualizes where you are, what you’re doing and who is important to you to intelligently screen messages, highlight critical details and requests, and let you respond without reaching for your phone.

This is just one example of an app that is making great use of the unique capabilities of the Toq smartwatch – always on, always connected, and instant access to glanceable information.

Qualcomm Toq SDK – Version 1.5 Update

Today we are releasing an update to the Toq SDK which enables developers to further enhance and customize their app’s interaction with Toq. New release includes:

  1. Image Support – Developers can now enrich their applets on the watch with graphics!
  2. Message Reply Option – Developers can now access the user’s existing “Quick Replies” list in the Toq app (previously only available to native text messages), making it easier for users to respond to messages from their watches.

Download Toq SDK v1.5.

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