One of the obvious benefits of iOS in front of Android is the support function Continuity. Thanks to it, users can view notifications sent to your iPhone, Mac or iPad tied to one account. At least, it was prior to the application Bridge, which transcended that line, allowing you to combine multiple Android devices into a single and, most importantly, functional ecosystem.
In fact, the Bridge is advanced notification Manager, which, nevertheless, allows you to use the head unit to control the notifications coming in all the gadgets under one account. For this app directed notification, allowing you not to miss an important message, sent to a secondary smartphone, which by pure chance was able to stay at home or in the car glove box.
How to receive notifications from other smartphone
The interface Bridge is very simple. After the initial installation the application will prompt you to log in using an existing account or create a new one. Then you need to specify a white list of programs, notification of which will be processed by the algorithms Bridge for forwarding to an associated device. The same needs to be done with the second unit, which will duplicate the incoming notifications.
According to the developers, a method of mirroring notifications implemented them in Bridge, are absolutely safe. The app uses end-to-end encryption for sending messages, and therefore they cannot be intercepted by third parties. In addition to notifications, the Bridge monitors the battery level of devices within a single account, notifying the user of the imminent discharge, after which the relay messages will be impossible.
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- Application: Bridge — mirror notifications
- Developer: XitLabs
- Category: Work
- Price: Free
- Download: Google Play
- Application already interested in: 55 people