Shortcut Labs who recently launched the product Flic 2 through a successful $800,000 crowdfunding campaign are now launching a public Software Developments Kit (SDK).
This new software support provides more freedom than ever before. Thanks to the Open Platform all solutions built by the SDK will be available to all users. Furthermore the Multi-App Support will allow users to connect and control different apps with the same button simultaneously. For those who would like to take this one step further the Multi-Hardware Support will allow the option to to switch Flic from a smart button to a keyboard, mouse, or even a MIDI controller.
“One of the biggest changes with Flic 2 is that we’re opening up in a whole new way for anyone to add Flic support directly into their app. This way we will expand the ways Flic can be used, and along with our new Multi-App support, one button can be used to control several apps at the same time which is very unique.” - says Oskar Öberg, CTO
Along with the new SDK, Shortcut Labs is also launching an Affiliate App Program. This will create a new source of revenue for applications by earning commission sold buttons.
“The new Affiliate App Program that we are launching will be a great perk for applications to add button support into their apps. Except for making their applications better by adding Flic support, they also get a new source of revenue", says Amir Sharifat, co-founder
Companies and developers can easily request the new SDK’s from the website flic.io and the SDK will be accessible to anyone interested in adding smart button support for their own application.
Flic is a Swedish tech company behind the world’s smartest button with products including Flic, Powered by Flic and Flic Hub. With simplicity at its heart, Flic, is creating a single, trusted communication point between people and the services they love.