Quick Notification Notes to Help Create Reminders
How many times do you find yourself needing to remember something, but don’t want to create a calendar item or tie a string around your big toe? If you’re like a large percentage of the population, you probably find that to be the case most of the time. Luckily, a new app by XDA Senior Member bamsbamx could change that.
Quick Notification Notes is just that—an application that allows you to create quick notifications that stay in your notification bar until you want to dismiss them. This means they are right there on your menu bar waiting for you to acknowledge them. The developer provides this note:
With this application, you will be able to QUICKLY make fast notes with a simple text selecting the icon you want for the notification. In addition, you will be able to make your phone vibrate, make sounds or turn on notification light.
He also states that future versions will allow you to use widgets for even faster creation of notes. Visit the thread to discuss with the developer, or download the app from Google Play.
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