News: Jabra Android SDK V2 (August 2017).
The Jabra Android SDK provides access to many device features and APIs. Product images can be displayed in your application, settings are used to let your users control the settings of the connected Jabra device. Some Jabra devices have ‘application buttons’ that your app can listen to and use button events to trigger actions in your app. Some Jabra devices have in-ear sensors that provide heart rate (pulse) and/or step rate. Your app can use this for health and activity monitoring. If you are writing a softphone app, we have support for using buttons on the Jabra device to accept/reject a call.
Data for product images and settings are provided by the SDK accessing our servers, always using the latest information. This means that you can expect new Jabra devices to be supported ‘automatically’, without having to use an updated SDK, or releasing a new version of your app.