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Logitech’s customizable dial Craft keyboard gets Lightroom support and an open SDK

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More apps could be coming to the Craft soon

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Logitech has announced some updates to its Craft keyboard, expanding what users can do with the customizable creative input dial, along with releasing an open SDK that will allow app developers to build their own integrations for the Craft keyboard.

The biggest addition is support for Adobe Lightroom Classic CC, allowing users to access 11 different editing tools (including saturation, tint contrast, and shadows) through the dial. Like the other integrations on the Craft, tapping the dial allows users to change between them, and turning the infinitely scrolling wheel allows for precise adjustments.

Logitech has also added support for several other apps, including Adobe Reader DC (Windows only), VLC (Windows), Preview (Mac), Quicktime (Mac), Safari (Mac), and Spotify (both Windows and Mac), allowing for users to do things like change tracks, adjust volume, zoom into documents, and more.

Developers looking to build Craft integrations can find the documentation and SDK over at Logitech’s Github repository here.