Samsung just propelled its lead Galaxy S20 arrangement, and keeping in mind that the gadgets are stuffed to the overflow with highlights, one thing’s absent on each of the three gadgets — a notice LED.
Despite the fact that the gadgets do have an edge lighting highlight for warning alarms, the component possibly works when the screen is killed.
On the off chance that you’re watching out for a superior option in contrast to the stock warning cautions, at that point you should look at the aodNotify application.
As the name proposes, aodNotify utilizes Samsung’s Always on Display highlight to caution you of any approaching notices. The application was made by XDA Senior jawomo, and in its first emphasis, it just flipped Samsung’s worked in Always on Display at whatever point you got a warning.
The second significant cycle of the application lets you make adaptable edge lighting impacts to show a ring of light around the opening punch. Presently, with the arrival of the Galaxy S20 arrangement, jawomo has refreshed his aodNotify application with another warning review highlight.
The new warning sneak peak will permit you to check on the off chance that you have gotten any notice without completely awakening your gadget, as found in the included picture appeared previously.
The component replaces the implicit Always on Display so you can see a see of the most recent warning. So as to save battery, the situation of the warning will infrequently change on the screen.
In the application’s settings, you can change to what extent the review appears, how much data is appeared in the see, and the size of the see.
In the event that you need to show the notice message or adjust the review to one side, you’ll need to buy aodNotify Pro which costs $2.99.
On the off chance that the aodNotify application sounds valuable to you, you can give it a shot for yourself by tapping the Google Play Store connect down underneath.
It’s important that the aodNotify application works with most Samsung Galaxy gadgets that have the Always on Display highlight, which incorporates the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S10, Galaxy Note 10, and even mid-go gadgets in the Galaxy An arrangement.
Be that as it may, the new warning sneak peak include just chips away at Samsung gadgets running Android 10 with One UI 2.0 or higher.