During the Mobile World Congress that took place last February in Barcelona, we met the new flagship of LG: LG G6. Its main feature with respect to previous models is its screen virtually borderless, which allows us to live a experience a lot more immersive with the phone. For its part, yesterday Samsung introduced the Samsung Galaxy S8, with this same screen format.
Now the problem comes because the current applications are not adapted to this type of screens, which have a aspect ratio 18:9 and 18.5:9. In this way, they appear black stripes on the phone, or even that the app is climbing.
To cintinuación we will tell you how it will perform the adaptation of the applications to the new screens, as well as whether the apps will be available or not ready for when they leave the phones on the market.
Google teaches developers to adapt their applications to the new screens
Google has made a solution to this problem with a new entry in your blog of developers which explains how to adapt any application to the new format screen of the LG G6 and Samsung Galaxy S8.
Really adapt the applications to the new Smartphones is not too complicated; just añador a simple line of code. Therefore, we hope that all the apps are ready and adapted to the new screen formats for when the phones reach the market in the next few weeks.
Without a doubt, excellent news for the future users of these phones as they will be able to have all the applications, or at least those that are updated more frequently, adapted to the screens of Smartphones.
If you are planning to buy the new phones LG and Samsung sure that this news you like. Let’s hope that the developers put in the batteries now that they have the instructions of Google to adapt the apps to the new screens and Smartphones to get completely ready to the stores.