Reviewed in Android Essentials (Frequent Updates)
This little app let's you see your notifications at your fingertips! When you receive a notification, you're screen will wake for a second and show a little circle. When you hold it down, you'll see the whole thing. Good thing is when you own an AMOLED display, or won-t consume a lot of battery since 90% shows a pure black color!
mattcraiganon - This one is sweet. Have you heard of the AOSPA 4.2 feature called Peek? This is a way of mimicking that functionality without having to flash the AOSPA ROM (ie for when you don’t have a Nexus device to flash it on). It’s not Peek, it doesn’t work exactly the same way, but it provides very similar functionality. Just install it and use the test notification for an example. It’s free!
AcDisplay has moved: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.achep.acdisplay
This update brings a completely new and unique design with a lot of new possibilities. The design is more streamlined and is aimed at giving you the best possible experience! Summary:
AcDisplay is a new way of handling notifications in Android. It will let you know about new notifications by showing a minimal, beautiful screen, allowing you to open them directly from the lock screen. And if you want to see what\'s going on, you can simply take your phone out of your pocket to view all the latest notifications, in a similarly pleasing and minimalistic manner.
Q: What Android version is supported?
A: Currently, 4.4+ but i'm working on it.
Q: I have installed this app but can't find Pocket mode. Where's it?
A: It's in my to-do list. Be patient and stay tuned.
Q: How to uninstall it?
A: Go to Settings > Security > Device Administrators and uncheck AcDisplay. You can now uninstall AcDisplay normally.
Google plus community: https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/102085470313050914854
Thread on XDA-Developers: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2641557
Tags: Notification, Time, Instant Access, Message, Unlock, Detect, Time, Clock, Gestures, Beautiful