Philips today tweeted an image showing exactly how the Philips Color application for its iPhone-controlled line of illuminations might look when integrated into iOS 8’s Notification Center.


As seen in the picture, adding a Hue widget to the Notification Facility would possibly offer users direct accessibility to an off button and an option of light scenes.

This is a concept prototype to show using extensions to give access to hue from the alert facility!

Philips Shade Dev(@ philipshuedev) June 5, 2014 Presently, the Philips Shade line of lightings, that includes various bulbs and accent illuminations, is regulated with the Philips Color app and via numerous third-party apps.

Accessibility to Tone controls in Notice Facility would make it much less complex for users to turn off lightings or choose their favorite scenes, as it would not require an application to be introduced. As explained during Apple’s yearly Worldwide Developers Conference, iOS 8’s Notification Facility enables third-party apps to create widget extensions to show information directly in the”Today “perspective.

Right now, Apple restricts Today view to assimilation with its very own stock apps like Calendar, Stocks, and Weather condition, however with iOS 8, customers will be offered much more customization alternatives thanks to third-party combination.



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