Floatify app brings iOS-style alerts, takes on the notification mess heads-up

Floatify - heads-up notifications spotlight
Floatify takes on a perennial phone notifications problem, striking a fine balance between intrusiveness and the will to stay in sync with everything that is happening. The latest update brings about many welcome novelties like a DirectReply  that lets you send predefined messages like "Ok, thanks!" without keying in even a letter.

There is also a QuickReply Emoji keyboard now, for all the times you are too lazy to express yourself with words, and a swipe up from home to get to the QuickReply option. New music controls are making a cameo, so you will be able to manage your default player, Google Music, Poweramp or Spotify - basically the most popular music sources on Android are getting covered

There are many other cool ways to read notifications in Floatify, too, though these were present before. You can glimpse at notifications starting from the lockscreen even, and the message won't be marked as "seen" in chat programs like WhatsApp, for instance, which is pretty cool. Last but not least, Floatify's themes can make your notifications pop up in several popular styles, including Lollipop and iOS style. Have a look at what's on offer to pimp up your notifications system in the video below, and hit the source link if you are interested.

Developer: JawomoDownload: Android
Category: PersonalizationPrice: Free

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