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He friends!
I found a lot of notifications apps. But no one works like I want.
Notification center, for example, provide possibilities to dismiss notifications but take a slot, dubled native notification center and have not good filtration.
Pebblify provide perfect filtration setup.
Augmented have a lot of settings but very complicated in setup, mixed different function...
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Maybe it is possible:
- replace the official notifications center to some custom instead parallel installation,
- parallel working of notification manager like Notification center with filter like Pebblify together,
- in the feature create universal notification app for official app replacing combined better ideas from different apps?

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Pebble announced built in notification management/history with the release of 2.0 this month. Not sure how it will stack up to current apps

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Try Light Flow. I believe it is the most comprehensive notification control app. And it can send to pebble.



Playstore linkhttps://play.google.com/store/apps/d....lightflowlite

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Pebble announced built in notification management/history with the release of 2.0 this month. Not sure how it will stack up to current apps

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Is it just announced? I found no this function in v2b4, maybe I missed something?

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Now I use this mod of Notification center http://forums.getpebble.com/discussion/9842 with per-app filtration, but I do not like it for some reasons.

I found that the Pebblify provide the best way of notification management. But it working via accessibility, and I'm not sure if notification sent this way can be dismissed through both devices. ?

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Is it just announced? I found no this function in v2b4, maybe I missed something?

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http://vimeo.com/83511061
There is the video from CES. He talks about Firmware 2.0 and notification center at the 8:37 mark and shows it off at the 17:40 mark.
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Just watched out... Maybe I missed but found nothing about dismissing notifications from smartphone via pebble... But will see

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