Version: 3.0.4 (36)
Package: com.achep.acdisplay
5,320 downloads
2.13 MB (2,238,502 bytes)
Min: Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean, API 16)
Target: Android 5.0 (Lollipop, API 21)
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Uploaded January 20, 2015 at 1:31PM UTC by Artem Russakovskii
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APK Notes:

v3.0.4 beta:
Fixed 'App requires the USAGE_STATS permission on pre-Lollipop'

v3.0.3 beta:
Latest translations from the crowdin.com ( translate.acdisplay.org )
Fixed 'Device admin activity fails to start on Lollipop'
Fixed 'App asks for the donations after reboot'
Fixed 'AcDisplay appears above the alarm & phone call activity'
An option to show Emoticons instead of text smileys, such as :-) or ;-)
Compatibility issues alert has turned into a dialog
As for the Lollipop, app requires one more permission: PACKAGE_USAGE_STATS

v3.0.2 beta:
Respect Lollipop's notification modes
Use new Lollipop's methods for initializing the notification list
Fix 'Doubling notifications' on Lollipop
Option to override system fonts (now you can turn it off)
Latest translations for the crowdin.com ( translate.acdisplay.org )
Minor improverments and fixes
Also I switched back to native TransitionManager (Android 4.4 or greater). You may notice slightly different animations if you running not Lollipop.

v3.0.1 beta:
Latest translations for the crowdin.com ( translate.acdisplay.org )
Fix for the grouped notifications (doubling notifications).
Fix for the FC on start on Jelly Bean 4.3
Small media widget's subtitle correction
Reinvented a dirty hack for not overlaying alarm's activity (since Google has removed the apropriate API of GET_TASKS in Lollipop, old hack stopped working)
Probably fixed the issues with lockscreen's 'When no notifications' turned off.

This release does not have a Play Store Description, so we grabbed one from version 3.8.4:

AcDisplay is a new way of handling notifications in Android.
It will let you know about new notifications by showing a minimal, beautiful screen, allowing you to open them directly from the lock screen. And if you want to see what's going on, you can simply take your phone out of your pocket to view all the latest notifications, in a similarly pleasing and minimalistic manner.


Features:
- Great design and awesome performance.
- Active mode (uses the device's sensors to wake your device up when you need it.)
- The ability to use AcDisplay as lockscreen.
- Incredible level of stability.
- Inactive hours (to save some battery.)
- Enable only while charging.
- Lots of another features such as: Blacklist, Dynamic background, Low-priority notifications and much more.
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Comments
  • archisman

    will it work in moto g2 ??
    or its only for moto X?

    • sd

      It works for all devices running KitKat or higher

  • Helge

    some times i cant direkly unlook the device by swipe over to the top massage (whatsapp). I need to unlock with the white unlock first :(