Yes, the N-Mark should be displayed in system-level and application software of NFC-enabled devices. Uses of the N-Mark in software include:
* In the Graphical User Interface (GUI) to indicate if NFC technology is on or off.
* As an NFC touchpoint, in a GUI if the screen can act as an antenna.
* In system settings dialogues and other device-specific low-level software related to the NFC functionality of an NFC-enabled device.
* In pre-installed or user-installed application software programs that support NFC technology.
The N-Mark may only be displayed in the GUI of an NFC-enabled device where NFC technology is supported. To indicate that a device is NFC-enabled, the N-Mark should be placed in a menu next to the switch or button to turn NFC technology on and off.
Learn more by reading the NFC Forum N-Mark Usage Guidelines, page 19 titled, “Suggestions for use in Software”.