APUS Notification

APUS Notification

Google’s Android has its own interface and program launcher that is by no means bad at all but as we know people like to experiment and this is why there is another Android launcher called APUS Launcher. While it offers various functions and new features it is up to the user to decide whether to use it or not.

It appears now that APUS Launcher has created its own software ecosystem and the first representative is a simple app called APUS Notification. It requires APUS Launcher to be installed in the first place so without it you will not be able to use it. This is not a problem because if you get to install APUS Notification first, the tool will inform you of the absence of APUS Launcher and then install it for you. Anyway what does APUS Notification do for you – it notifies you of any missed calls and unread SMS messages that you may have on your Android device, in this case a smartphone. This is it. The app does not have any special looks or sounds – it simply works and helps, if you get it installed.

If interested in APUS Notification, you can take a look at this app here on Google Play.

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