Update: Google Play Store link is now back online. The developers have also clarified that the APK downloadable from Github is not from them. Custom Android ROMs each have their own highlight characteristics. A prominent feature on Paranoid Android, for example, is Peek, which gives enhanced access to notifications, which are available through motion-detection. For example, simply lifting your smartphone from the table or taking it out from your pocket wakes up the screen, and shows you actionable notifications right from the lockscreen. In the developer’s own words: The design philosophy behind peek was to deliver a smartwatch convenience. When you receive a…
The Paranoid Android ROM keeps surprising us with amazing features, but today’s update is a little different. Click through to see the improvements!
Hot on the heels of the launch of the Hover multitasking feature, the Paranoid Android team is bringing the floating ability to other parts of the operating system.
Paranoid Android’s Notification Peek feature has been ported to an APK, courtesy of Zhe Lu, which you can download right now.
Now available in Paranoid Android 4.3 beta 1, Hover gives you a way to quickly interact with your notifications without leaving your current app.
Paranoid Android has announced a range of Legacy (non-Nexus) handsets which will now receive regular ROM updates, bringing the PA experience to even more smartphone users.
The latest addition to PA’s arsenal is Peek, a feature that resembles the Active Display of the Moto X. Introduced today on Google Plus, Peek attempts to bring the convenience of a smartwatch to your smartphone, by showing notifications when you pick up the device or pull it out of your pocket.
This week in your world of Android: the new HTC One leaked in an extensive hands-on video, the Paranoid Android team revealed plans for the future, updates rolled out to several Google apps, the Galaxy S4 began receiving the KitKat update, the Oppo Find 7 was in the news, and Samsung introduced its new Milk Music service.
These are the essential stories, the summary of an entire week in just a few words. It’s Android Weekly.
The team behind Paranoid Android recently announced that it was killing the Halo multitasking system used but he custom ROM, but it turns out the team had larger plans for Paranoid Android that will change just about everything. Read on for more!
Replying to post in an XDA forum thread, Paranoid Android developer PirateGhost has stated that the ROM’s unique Halo multitasking feature is no more.