Floating Notifications 1.5 arrives with support for Android 4.3 Notification Listener Service
Floating Notifications has a new update this week which sees the app supporting the new Android 4.3 Notification Listener Service. In essence, the app lets you dismiss notifications within FN and it then having the corresponding notification go away as well. Deeper integration with Android, ya see? Also, Floating Notifications has a new user interface with Google Now/cards layout, enhancements to blacklisting apps, Halo integration, and more!
If you’re the type of person who likes the idea of Facebook’s Chat Heads feature but want a more robust Android notification system, Floating Notifications is your way to go. Start with the free version and test things out over 30 days and then move on to the paid app for less than $2.
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