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AcDisplay hits version 3.0, adds Lollipop support and more

AcDisplay, a popular open-source notification based lockscreen replacement, has been updated to v3.0, offering initial Lollipop support and a host of bug fixes.
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January 14, 2015
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AcDisplay, or Active Notifications as some of you may know it by, has just been updated to version 3.0. After few months in development, the popular open-source lockscreen replacement now offers initial Lollipop support and comes with a polished up Material Design user interface.

As well as bringing the app in line with the latest Android OS, AcDisplay has been patched up with a ton of minor and major bug fixes and plenty of under the hood changes. Although, one or two bugs may still persist in the beta-ish build for Lollipop. Android Jelly Bean 4.1 and 4.2 support has also been updated, but the API is proving to be a severe limitation on these Android versions.

The video below give us a little look at what the latest app version is capable of.

You can download the AcDisplay v3.0 APK from the GitHub source right now, or wait a little while until the update appears on the Play Store.