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Microsoft's Next Lock Screen for Android is updated to improve notifications, reduce memory use

Microsoft's Next Lock Screen for Android is updated to improve notifications, reduce memory use
Microsoft updated its Next Lock Screen for Android app today, offering a changelist with four new items ranging from a couple of fixes to a reduction in the amount of memory used by the app on low-end handsets. The app help protects your phone from unwanted intruders and makes you more productive. A smart lock setting automatically unlocks your handset at certain locations. You can also use a pattern lock or a PIN number.

Not only can you text or call your favorite contacts directly from the Lock Screen, you will be able to see certain notifications such as missed calls and text messages from Gmail, WhatsApp and Facebook. The app also provides users with quick access to Wi-Fi, the flashlight, camera, Bluetooth and more. From the Next Lock Screen, users can check out the latest weather and use the built-in app launcher to open their favorite apps. The new version number is 3.10.4.

The Next Lock Screen update comes with the following changes:

  • Fix a bug that sometimes results in a persistent notification from Next Lock Screen showing on the lock screen.
  • Adjustments to the compact status bar layout.
  • Reduce wallpaper memory usage on low-end devices.
  • Fixed potential password inconsistency issue.

If you want to give Microsoft's Next Lock Screen a shot on your Android device, simply click on the sourcelink.

source: NextLockScreen via MSPoweruser


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