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Material Notification Shade - change your notification color


Material Notification Shade

This app allow you to color your Notification Panel, have different notification for each application and even change the color of the group icons available in notification panel. It is basically a replacement for your Stock Notification and its free and it doesn't require root. Customize your Notification Panel with different colors, styles etc.
You also get ability to change the color of the Notification Accent - but that would be the best with Dark theme which you can select by going into Notification Theme and selecting dark.





Feature set
Notifications:
- Has an overhaul on the notifications design, using the system notification listener to present your notifications in different UI. Allows you to perform trivial actions on your notifications like swipe to dismiss and tap to open as well as interact with them just like you would normally do.
- Adds nice animations when you interact with the notifications presented in the custom shade.

Notification card themes:
- Light: your ordinary notifications
- Colored: uses the notification's color as the card background. Only applies the background if the color isn't dark for contrast purposes.
- Dark: blend all your notifications with a pure black background (also great on AMOLED screens).

Quick settings panel:
- Choose a different color for the background or foreground (icons) of the quick settings panel.
- Change brightness slider color.
- Choose your own profile picture to be displayed in the shade.
- (Pro) Change quick settings grid layout (ie. number of columns and rows).

Root is optional
Since the app doesn't actually change any parts of your system it has limited power in the quick settings area (cannot toggle mobile data, location services, etc directly so it opens the settings page for you). You can grant it root access though to control a few of these settings (still a bit limited).

*Disclaimer: This app does not use, copy or mirror any protected content and registered trademarks.




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