Saturday, 14 June 2014

Peek v2.0

Peek v2.0

-This application was successfully tested on stock Android 4.4 and AOSP based 4.4 ROMs, on multiple Nexus devices (including tablets) and Oppo Find 7a.
- Internet permission is used for bug catching.

This application is a complete redesign of the known "Peek" feature by ParanoidAndroid project, built to work on any 4.4+ ROM. The whole concept lies into allowing users to quickly interact with their notifications, without having to press any button. The new design includes sharper typography, nicer placement of the items, breathtaking new effects and extended functionality (including blacklist). It works on secure locked devices, with the ability to customize what information to show.

How peek works:
When you receive a notification, and screen is off, peek will start polling your sensors. If some movement is detected on your device (either it was on a table and you lifted it, or it was in your pocket and you got it out), peek will show. Sensors will be polled for 10 seconds (by default, customizable) and then it stops doing so, to save battery. It is not possible to simulate the behavior of devices like the Moto X, without affecting battery, since they have special hardware for the task.

What's New
* Peek now can be shown after turning your screen on, even if sensor polling time has ended!
* Motion detection algorithm has been optimized to be more reliable and precise.
* Now you can use Peek without immersive mode.
* Multiple unlock sound has been fixed.
* Persistent notifications will not wake screen up (Google Music, Downloads, etc).
* Support for devices without full required hardware (at your own risk).

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Require 4.4 and Up & File Size 335kb




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