[Free Download] NotifyBuddy Mod APK v1.95 (Premium Unlocked) App for Android
I got the Premium version and it worked well.
I loved it.
It was my favorite app.
Warning though, following the Android Oxygen OS upgrade it ceased operating, despite all rights allowed.
Uninstalled, then reinstalled.
Notifications still not working and now I have to pay again for the Premium version again.
So be careful IF you have an OS update.
Would want to receive assistance from developer to get this to function again.
Easy to use, seems to function well in all the circumstances I’ve explored.
Plenty of choices like as allowing the screen to wake first and postpone the start of Notify friend.
You can set whatever color you want and have it show up everywhere on the screen.
Acquired so accustomed to having a notification light that it was unusual when I got my current phone and it didn’t have one haha.
fingerprint sensor doesnt function on the screen when notification is active,please repair this.
utilizing samsung s21.
truly considering of baying this program if it doesnt take too much battery.
one more problem : it doesnt show notification anymore if the screen is ON even if I didnt read the message.
it should/must offer me notofication till I read that message.
I dont mind purchasing the app 3 or 8 euros,but pls address fundamental flaws!
this software is not new, you are developing it for quite some time.
Generally works okay, but just wondering if there’s a way to avoid my screen quickly blinking on before displaying the notification icons?
Would be wonderful if the icons just showed up without the full screen flickering on momentarily before they came up.
The idea is amazing.
It’s something I missed since day one.
However there’s some adverse effects induced by the software.
The program provides an overlay on the lock screen that conceals the ambient notifications and deactivate the touch to wake when a notice is received.
Also, you’ll need to press the power button twice in order to wake the screen: once to disengage the notifybuddy mask, and other to wake the screen.
That is a huge concern for me and I wish it may be solved.
A wonderful concept, the app seems beautiful and professional, with excellent functionality, however it didn’t work for me.
EDIT: I got it to work, it was my error.
I typically have do not disturb set to turn on/off automatically but this time I switched it on manually thus it never turned off.
I still have one probably however and that’s the battery drains substantially faster than normal, about 30% depleted overnight.
If the battery depletion issue can be corrected, this software would be ideal.
It works well, but could you add a function?
It’s fairly easy, when you have more alerts, can you give an option to display them at once?
So 3 separate dots, like 10 pixels below eachother.
It would be even better, dont believe it would take more than 10 minutes to program:).
Like instead of presenting them after eachother, every app notification may have its area on the screen.
I can do it, provided you publish the source😉
I adore that you built this!
I also have the 6t and was angry when they took the blinking notification light away.
I just installed it and thus far it works greats.
Job well done!
I suggestion is to show the number or tick marks of seconds/minutes under the settings for how long the light blinks for and the blinking rate.
Its hard to tell the precise amount since there is no labelling while scrolling left and right for the settings.
Other than that, I adore it!
I’ve never really seen this type of stuff (I’m too young to recall) but it works well, simply being able to peek at your screen for a few seconds without having to properly turn it on and everything to check a single notice is awesome.
The way I set it up, critical messages are red, I check those, insignificant are blue, I generally disregard them.
Anyway, no matter how you utilize it, it’s a terrific feature
Please consider adding the ability to set a second notification dot.
For example, one side of the screen such as the top left may be covered by anything, therefore a second dot on the other border of the display would help you not to miss that notice!
If you want to add to that: enable to have many dots if you get stacking notifications that you specify various colors for.
It works as expected.
However, when a notice goes up, the always on display disables and I have to touch the power button to turn on the fingerprint sensor, as I can’t unlock the device by merely pushing it.
If the creators discover a method to remedy this it’d be a must have app, and if you don’t use the always on display at all, it’s one of the most convenient applications.
I have a pixel 3a and was so weary of having to pick up the *&#@! phone and turn it on to check whether I received messages.
I tried a couple different notification programs, but just couldn’t get them to operate dependably.
This one works nicely and has more than enough options.
I paid for the premium edition, less than a cup of coffee and totally worth it!
Having my notification LED back is amazing thank you!
I have a few of recommendations though 1)Give a choice for when to stop flashing notifications, now it will only flash the “LED” till you open your phone, then it cease whether you notice it or not.
2)Give the possibility to show many motives at once, thus a line of x amount of distinct notis concurrently, instead of switching between them.
3)Stability, it appears very usual that it doesn’t show up at all.
5 stars when fixed
Got this to replace an edge lighting notification app.
Doesn’t consume much battery power and is incredibly simple to set up and operate.
A significant advantage from my prior experience with notification lighting applications is that this one is actually really reliable, it doesn’t shut down for no reason and upgrades don’t imply that the user has go back and restore everything back to the way it was.
Best solution there is now.
Worked immediately away on One Plus 6T.
Thank you so much for your contribution!
With that said: Native One Plus Gestures cannot be utilized when the light is flashing.
You have to tap screen twice to wake it, then press twice again to put it sleep.
Then it would work…
That is if it is not being charged, then the charging light comes on which disables the Gestures again.
I am not Android engineer, but if it feasible to make Gestures function, would be lot simpler to operate the phone.