– Transparent custom status bar and curtain notifications in Android Nougat, within the project
– Pop-up notifications (for Android 4.1+)
– Just made Easter eggs, as in the Android Nougat
– Launcher in style Pixel Launcher, lightweight, with a bit of Google-interface launcher from the Android Nougat
– Its counterpart “Settings device” (standard design, the same as in Android Nougat)
Q: Why do I have when opening the curtain – there is a system status bar?
A: Because Google has specifically limited the ability to completely lose the status bar, to ensure that if something happens, the user can safely get out of full screen mode (in this mode, the project is). There was an option to completely cut off the possibility of opening the system status bar, but got another problem – because it does not open and custom curtains. You can open the shutter by simply clicking on the status bar, you do not interfere with the system.
Q: I have Android 7.0+ and some notice hanging in the curtain. Why would it?
A: It is necessary. Counter-question: why do you need on Android 7.0+ Nougat UI?
Q: Why is it sometimes icons in the launcher on the desktop disappear?
A: The method has been implemented promptly caching. Your desktop icons will remain until such time until you decide to stop working envelope. If there is insufficient memory icons no longer disappear.
UPDATE: Redesigned notification method about the application at the system level to change the brightness of the screen (Android 6.0+)
UPDATE: Animation improved
BUGFIX: Fixed a crash when you call the browser
BUGFIX: Translations into English localization
BUGFIX: Fixed some parts of the code to facilitate the application has stopped
BUGFIX: Small fixes
Nougat UI for Android BETA
18.104.22.168 BETA (133)