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iOS 5-like lockscreen notifications app for Android

by Nicole
November 24, 2011 at 3:47 pm

App maker FlyScreen has released “SuperFly API” for Android.

All Android apps can integrate with the service once the API will be publicly released through 5 lines of codes.

In the beginning, the SuperFly notifications will appear as they are by default on iOS 5 and Android, that is an icon and text. However, in the future they are set to become more interactive.

The notifications lockscreen will be a part of the redesigned FlyScreen app for Android once it goes live.

CEO Itamar Weisbrod announced recently that there are “more big apps to come soon” and that they currently have some “big ones” in testing.

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