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  • 14 Jan 2014
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  • Since the hardware inside the mobile devices available today has started evolving, developers have also found new opportunities especially in the multitasking department. One perfect example, and also offering great style is the app by Rob J. It seems to me superior to anything I’ve tested so far and manages to work the way it should.

    Floatifications

    The concept of floating notifications is not new and throughout there have been many attempts to create the perfect app in this regard. I am not saying that this one is perfect. I’m just saying that Rob J’s Floatifications is closest to an ideal we’ve all been waiting for. First of all it works with a lot of apps, including GMail, SMS, Missed Calls, Facebook and a lot more. Secondly, it is able to display these notifications in a floating manner no matter what app or game for that matter you’re currently using.

    One of the most important aspects of Floatifications is that it lets you interact with your notif. Imagine that you get a quick email during a game. No problem, you can reply straight away, without having to exit the app. The rule applies just about anywhere, making true multitasking a reality. It also offers support for extensions, themes and lots of setting which involve positioning, size, excluded app and more. And given the fact that it’s only at version 1.7, we are likely to see a lot more improvements in the near future through updates.

    Floatifications2

    Floatifications is available on the Store in both a Trial form and a Complete version that you can purchase for about $2. This one I’m sure you’re going to enjoy.

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