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Hi everyone, have you seen this notification app Reqallable?

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...droid&hl=en_GB

http://www.reqallable.com/

It looks bloody good and it's free.

The only problem is, is that it's US only and I'm in England

I've emailed the devs and they say they're not planning a UK release.

I was wondering if someone would install and post the apk please?

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Go to this page to install Chrome Extension
http://apps.evozi.com/apk-downloader/#extension

Then edit the google_play.js
http://apps.evozi.com/apk-downloader...ent-1230837015

And you can download this apk by yourself
I just install Chrome to download this apk, because I also can't install Reqallable from my device.
reqallable 0.8.1.apk
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Go to this page to install Chrome Extension
http://apps.evozi.com/apk-downloader/#extension

Then edit the google_play.js
http://apps.evozi.com/apk-downloader...ent-1230837015

And you can download this apk by yourself
I just install Chrome to download this apk, because I also can't install Reqallable from my device.
reqallable 0.8.1.apk
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After all that I really don't think it's as good as Watchnotifier by Clemens Elflein.

This quest for a good notification app is making me look forward to the Google watch - they'll get it right

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So far those looks cool. Does the email work with POP3 accounts? If so, is the setup done where it says IMAP?

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After all that I really don't think it's as good as Watchnotifier by Clemens Elflein.

This quest for a good notification app is making me look forward to the Google watch - they'll get it right

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Is it possible to dismiss notifications on phone from the watch with watchnotifier?

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Yes. Watchnotifier is much more configurable too.

It's much better than reqallable. If you set a reminder in Google now the reminder comes up in your watch which is good. You can configure watchnotifier to push notifications from any app to your watch.

I wouldn't be without it.


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