I was kinda bored with the Android’s default notification system and think that i need to do something to it. Off course i can easily root my device and use some tweaking tools like UOT Kitchen or other deep theming apps. However, that won’t be a smart solution for everyone. I know that there are lot of people out there that still afraid of rooting their device. I can’t blame them though. Although it brings lot of advantages, rooting an Android might cause serious damage and instantly make your warranty void.
So, i decide to use my spare time and browse around the Play Store. After few minutes of searching, my attention was instantly caught by the Pops app. As it name implies, you can modify the way your pop up notification come out on the Android. It is pretty light app. Pops will only take 3.82MB of your data space and you can even move it to your SD card using the APP2SD app. One thing that i love from this one is that it is offered for completely free! Yay.
Say goodbye to all traditional (read: boring) android notification system. You can take advantage from your rich multimedia content to revamp the look of every single notification that pop-out on your device. From missed calls, Gmail, to text message and chat couter, Pops can handle all that kind of stuffs with ease.
Pops is also naturally integrated with any Twitter, Facebook, or Twitter client apps that currently installed on your android. There are up to 80 different modification to choose and it will be added more in the near future. I can say that because this app got very good ratings and reviews at Play Store. I’m quite sure that there are plenty of modders that interested to sacrifice their talent and time for building new kind of notification for Pops. In the mean time, you can choose the default option like Nyan Cat, Android Parachutist, or PiggyPop. Pops also allow you to create your own notification image, so it will instantly come out soon after you receive new mention or text message!
Last but not least. Pops is built for people who constantly miss notification from their android app, so it won’t work when your phone’s screen is turned off. There’s no need to worry about overwhelming notification that come out on the same time! Amazing!!tags: Android, Impression, notification, Pops, Review, Theme