Make Use Of Your Notification Bar With Notification Toggle
Like the idea of toggles, but don’t want them all over your homescreen? Check out Notification Toggle by XDA forum member j4velin.
Notification Toggle lets you place different toggles into your Android status bar for quick access without having a dozen toggle-widgets on your homescreens.
You can choose which toggles to display in the settings of the app. Additionally you can combine different toggles into an ‘all in one’ notification, although some devices are only capable of defining one action per notification.
Toggle Notification is available to download free in the Market.
For more information, head on over to the application thread.
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