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Default Peek vs AcDisplay

Has anyone compared the two to see which uses less resources on our device?

AcDisplay is free and Peek is like $4.
 
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Has anyone compared the two to see which uses less resources on our device?

AcDisplay is free and Peek is like $4.
I can't comment on either of these apps but I use Dynamic Notifications. When you talk about using fewer resources Iím assuming you are talking the effect on battery life. Dynamic Notifications hasn't caused any unusual battery drain for my device.

The app is free , which is nice if you want to play with it and see how it works, but if you want some of the features that actually make it useful like breathing notifications and extra customizations . Itís worth paying the cash for it. I would recommend this app if you are looking for to get notifications like Motorolaís active notifications.
 
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Neglible from what you can tell huh. I haven't seen much out of AcDisplay.

Several reviews say that Peek was getting their devices hot

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Ac display does everything peek does and more for free. Peek may end up being awesome later but for me right now it's hit or miss

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