Thursday, May 19, 2016

Missed It! v4.0 Apk Full App

Get information about the of missed calls, unrd SMS, unrd Gmail messages and notifiions from virtually any appliiona glancewith this simple yet very customizable widget. You can use it with any lockscreen replacement app to access all this information without need tounlockyour phone.Missed It! must be enabled as an Accessibility Service to be able to receive appliion notifiions (‘Settings » Accessibility » Accessibility services’). If enabled and appliion notifiions not detected, try disabling and then re-enabling.Startingfrom Gmail 2.3.5, Google doesn’t allow 3rd partyappsto access Gmail appliion data. This mns that Missed It! is unable to obtain “directly” the of unrd emails on Gmail. You can yet monitor for new Gmail messages if you add it to Missed It! as any other regular appliion.Ftures:
* It currently reports of missed calls, unrd SMS and unrd email messages of any phone’s Gmail account.
* Also reports notifiions from any appliion that uses the notifiion bar to report events (including WhatsApp, Tweetdeck, e-mail clients, etc).
* Customization of font and backgroundcolorand transparency. Also font faces (can use fonts stored in externalSD card) and styles (bold, italic, underline).
* Customization of the layout (alignments, padding, etc).
* Text messages can be customized to show whatever phrase you want.
* Represent s as text.
* Multiple widget sizes. User canselectwhich sizes apprs in widget list.Currently localized to:*Czech
* German
* Portuguese (Brazil)
* Spanish
* SwedishWhat’s in this version : (Updated : May 5, 2013)
Compatibility withAndroid 4.2 multi-user devices.
DashClock extension.
Widget option to wake up the device on incoming notifiions (requires WAKE_LOCK permission).
Allow widget updates while the screen is off.
Now it’s possible to specify the der to use when using the option “Show s as text”.
Sample fonts included.
Improved font handling.
Warn user about the icon placed on the notifiion ar when Foreground Service option is enabled.

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