Did you ever look at an iOS device as it got a notification? Have you ever noticed that the screen lights up and that the notification can be displayed on the lock screen and thought that you would love to see that happen on your Android™ device? Well, I did and thus created this app - my first complete Android™ app.
It lets you create a list of apps that are allowed to light the screen up and show their notifications on it as a popup in front of your lock screen. You may restrict the creation of the notification popups per app and decide to only show notifications that contain keywords of your choice. Everything that it takes for it to work is its activation as an AccessibilityService.
But enough words are spoken now, here are some screenshots for you:
If you think that this is what you want to use, grab the latest release here or via the QR-code below - it's free (as in "free beer").
If you want to have a look at the source code, you can do this at Google Code, because this software is also free software (yes, "free" as in "freedom"), released under the GPLv3.
Oh yeah, as some (or most?) of you seem to highly appreciate that software doesn't contain ads, here comes the best thing for you: this app is ad free - on the one hand because I don't know how to incorporate ads in an app (and am way too less interested in doing so to find out how to achieve this) and on the other hand because I do this as a hobby and mostly for myself, I'm not out for making money with it. If you feel like this deserves a reward of some kind, there is a donate button, but
Questions left? Just give it a try and I'm sure they will be answered. If not: this is a forum, leave your questions here, I'll do my best to answer them. Bug reports, ideas for the future and
Until then, enjoy! Yours TpmKranz.
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