Check Your WiFi State With WifiNotify
WiFi notification apps are popular and there are many of them available in the Market. WiFiNotify, however, is a little different in that it provides a quick notification without an extra widget.
Developed by XDA forum member 5ntrol for his own usage, the XDA member has posted it in the forums for all to share. It’s simply a sticky notification that shows the WiFi state including SSID if connected. When clicked, WiFiNotify also toggles your WiFi state.
The app does not show any icon in the notification bar. For anyone looking for a quick way to check your AP and enable or disable WiFi without an extra widget, it is a simple lightweight app.
To download the apk, visit the application thread.
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