TUFFS Notification Shortcuts app makes launching a breeze, doesn't need root

TUFFS Notification Shortcuts app makes launching a breeze, doesn't need root
There is no shortage of interface tools that let us launch our favorite apps quicker, apart from the simple folder stuffed with icons on the homescreen. TUFFS Notification Shortcuts is a relative newcomers to this scene, letting you place application or Android system and settings shortcuts directly in the notification bar, so you can save the space for a full-screen widget or whatnot.

Besides apps and system settings launch icons, you can also add shortcuts for a direct call or message to a contact, a bookmark, and so on. The advantage of TUFFS before other such solutions is that it runs no background services, as a a lot of others do, displays no ads, and doesn't induce wakelocks all the time for needing data access, thus staying gentle on the battery. 

Moreover, it is well-designed in the spirit of Google's Material requirements, and allows you to customize every nook and cranny of the icons' appearance in the notification bar. Check it out from the source link below, if you like what you are seeing in the slideshow.

Developer: Yogesh DamaDownload: Android
Category: ToolsPrice: Free

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4 Comments

1. TyrionLannister unregistered

Old touchwiz on a Nexus 5!! And I thought I already saw everything.

2. Cyberchum

Posts: 1035; Member since: Oct 24, 2012

No 3rd party icon packs support, not for me. I don't want to be looking at same icons all the time coupled with uneven edges masking.

3. yogi.306

Posts: 4; Member since: Nov 03, 2014

Super nice app, Was looking for such app since long time, no background service, no advertisements = thats the advantage.

4. Wiencon

Posts: 2278; Member since: Aug 06, 2014

Damn this red N5 is so sexy :_:

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