Jelly Bean Notifications Brings Interactive Notifications To Any Android Phone

Android: Do you like the way Android 4.1 Jelly Bean handles new messages and alerts? If you're on anything other than the latest version of Android's mobile OS, Jelly Bean Notifications is an app that can give you that functionality, letting you interact with new messages and alerts right from the notifications bar.

First things first: Jelly Bean Notifications offers a 10-day free trial, but if you like the app and want to keep using it after that, you'll have to shell out $2.50 for a full licence. Once installed, Jelly Bean Notifications stylises all of your system notifications, and lets you connect the app with Facebook, Twitter, SMS and RSS feeds. You can tell the app to flash the notifications bar when something comes in, or just flash the left or right side. When a notification comes in, you can pull down the bar to read and respond to texts, tweets or Facebook messages.

Jelly Bean Notifications supports Android 2.2 devices and higher, but the look really fits in with Ice Cream Sandwich. If you like, the app can replace or live next to your existing notifications pane. Keep in mind that the app is still in beta, so new features are on the way (and there may be a few bugs). It's available now at Google Play.

Jelly Bean Notifications+ Beta (free/$2.50 for unlock key) [Google Play via Droid Life]


    Actually I just read over at Engadget that they are going to update the TF102 to JB but no mention of the TF101.! Needless to say... thoroughly disappointed!

      I recall reading a while ago that there'd be an official TF101 JB release, but no link sorry.

      Even if there isn't, the Prime and TF101 are similar enough that XDA should get JB running on both without drama. The current JB ROMs are already pretty good.

        Yeah but not perfect, no camera etc. Think I'll hold out for the official update for awhile.

    The following link - doesn't work for me, but the unlock key one does.. anyone else having this issue?

    It is called 'Scrolling Notifications'

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