Here’s a Highly Productive Way to Have Unread Counts on Your Favorite Apps

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  • 25 Jan 2014
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  • Most users go for all kinds of ways to be informed about notifications coming from all apps – from SMS to Facebook. In this regard the most popular way is the one introduced by Apple for its iOS. The method is available on Android with custom launchers but also the great app I’m about to present to you.


    To keep informed is one of the most important aspects of owning a smartphone. Still in some cases, without the right tools it can all seem useless. There aren’t that many smartphones out there to offer a notification LED and even with one you can’t really tell how many missed events you have to handle. Thus when turning on the device you’d like to be informed in the shortest time possible and with the greatest ease. That is the thought that made developer Cornwall Solutions launch a simple but so usefull app.

    Notifyer Unread Count acts in the same manner as iOS users have been enjoying for a long time and maybe even more. It places the number of missed events on the apps icon so that it’s very easy to spot and handle. The app comes in two versions – one completely free while the other called Notifyer+ comes with some extra options. Still during the testing the free version seemed to do just alright though it may have slight problems handling custom launchers and icons. In any case, it is a desirable solution, one you should give a try while having nothing to loose.

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