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On your Android phone, dynamicSpot instals Apple’s Dynamic Island.

Along with improved technology, Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max provide premium iPhones a fresh look. The Dynamic Island has drawn both praise and criticism since its debut, and as it is merely a piece of software, it was only a matter of time before it appeared on Android smartphones. You may now have a smart notification experience on your smartphone, thanks to Jawomo’s dynamicSpot.

 

The most recent software from the creator, which is still in beta, includes some of the best elements of Apple’s Dynamic Island while also providing some personalization choices. You may configure the types of notifications that appear on your screen using dynamicSpot. Additionally, you will have the choice to alter the dynamicSpot’s appearance by adjusting its size, position, and how rounded its edges appear. Even the option to have two popup notifications appear when new ones arrive is available.

 

The software does offer a premium version for $4.99 if you’re searching for extra features. With the premium edition, users can get single tap and long press actions as well as the ability to display the dynamicSpot on the lock screen. The AOD notification light apps for Samsung and OnePlus handsets, as well as the Bixby button remapper, were created by long-time developer Jawomo.

 

Again, the software is currently in beta, so not everything will be flawless. The creator warns that animations might not always be fluid and that there might be some app compatibility concerns as well. However, checking it out revealed that, for the most part, everything appeared to be in order, with notifications arriving on the dynamicSpot, expanding into previews when held, and so on. You can also test out the beta through the Google Play Store if you’re interested. The app is free and ad-free, but it’s still being developed, so it could be a good idea to offer feedback if you notice anything that doesn’t seem to be operating properly.

 

App developer Jawomo, an XDA Senior Member, created dynamicSpot. By going to the specific app forum or clicking the download link below, you may learn more about the app.

Himanshu Mahawar

Himanshu Mahawar is the Editor and Founder at Flaunt Weekly.

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