[Q] Things I miss from iOS... how do I get them back?
Well, I've used iOS since the 3GS. I disliked iOS stock, but loved it after Jailbreak. I've always waited for a Jailbreak to be available before updating current device or buying a new one.
The release of the most beautiful phone yet, the HTC One, made me switch camps. Well that and because I felt there was nothing I didn't know how to tinker/do with iOS and Android seems to be a never-ending tinkering journey.
I love the HTC One and even though I thought all non-pure Android versions sucked (just because I played with TouchWizz for a while and that massively sucks), I like Sense 5 which is why I flashed ARHD 12.2 instead of the GE.
Anyway, I've been using the One for two months or so and I made a "Note" on phone to write what I miss from iOS. I thought the list would be longer, but amazingly, Android is better than I thought it would be. Actually, most of what I miss are Apps. I know Android is highly customizable, and that is why I ask you guys how to get the following features/apps I had on iOS.
1) When I received a text on iOS while playing music, music stopped playing, then the text message sound played, then music resumed. On Android, (at least on my Sense 5 version) the text sound plays at the same time which makes me not hear the messages. Is there any way to make sound behave like it does in iOS?
2) Navitel Navigation App = (Removed as found Navitel.apk)
3) Remove Recent tweak = There was a Cydia tweak that removed all Apps running in the background when double tapping the status bar instead of having to manually close each running App. How can I do this in Android? I don't like swiping up 9 times all the time to remove my background apps.
4) TV Forecast App = An amazing iOS app where you add TV Shows you like and when they are about to air, you get a notification sent to your phone.
5) SBSettings tweak = (Removed as I discovered PowerToggles or better yet, the ARHD 12.2 version)
Well, that is it, everything else I already have. I am really liking Android, glad I switched from the boring iOS it has become.