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This Awesome Android Trick Will Add Ios-like Notification Counts To Your App Icons - Yahoo News

There is little question that Androids notification system is far more comprehensive than Apples iOS notification system, especially in Android 5.0 Lollipop. iOS has certainly narrowed the gap in recent years as it continues to borrow various notification functions from Android and other platforms, but Android is still the king in terms of flexibility and utility. There is one great feature notification feature that iOS has had since day 1, however, and its still painfully absentfrom Android until now. DONT MISS: Apple said Bendgate affected 9 iPhone 6 units heres a video of 300 bent iPhones One of the central features in Apples notification system on the iPhone and iPad is the app badge, which displays the notification count for any app that has issued notifications that have not yet been acted upon. This mightbe the number of unread messages, the number of games awaiting your move in aplikasi android a turn-based game, or anything else. Its a simple feature, but its hugely useful because it lets you know exactly which apps need your attention, and how much attention they need. For some reason, Google has yet to create a similar badge system in Android. Instead, notifications are collected in the notification panel, so users dont know how many notifications they have from each app until they swipe open the panel and look. Of course, thanks to Androids open nature, theres an app for that or two apps, as the case may be. View gallery Samsungs Galaxy Note 4 sells out in South Korea before it even launches As detailed in a recent tutorial from Android Authority, there is a way to add notification count badges to all of your apps using apopular Android customization app called Zooper, and Tasker, a wildly capable and versatile automation app that we have covered before here on BGR. Setting up app badges with notification counts isnt all that difficult, but it is a multi-step process that will require 10 minutes or so to set up.
Source: http://news.yahoo.com/awesome-android-trick-add-ios-notification-counts-app-143015363.html

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