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The app was not found in the store. :-( Go to store Google websearch
An app that can read your Facebook messages. No need to mess with your screen and then go find some new friends. This is what I heard: this app does a great job of hiding the messages of its user in that of the wallpapers it saves them on their phone’s screen :o. The app works really well. It makes me want to check my phone all the time. To be honest, I’m impressed at how well it does what it does. However, I am disappointed that the app doesn’t stop when it finishes the messages, and even ends a message if it’s not in sync with the pictures posted elsewhere in your profile. This is bad news, because it means that you have no option to actually find out who posts a picture of your message to your wall if it’s not part of that specific set of pictures posted. Overall, the app is a little bit rough around the edges. The pictures in each profile have limited resolution, which means that some of the videos (such as some of the memes) don’t display up quite as well. The pictures themselves are a little wonky, but the app is usable, and hopefully comes with some bug fixes soon. I just wish I didn’t have to go into such deep detail about the app’s UI so I would have to go this route when I eventually look to use it for a real chat on my phone. But this is a minor issue, and the overall experience of the app is fairly solid. For a while there, there were some people who were actually looking forward to actually chatting in the app, and now only a handful of those have found out how much time and effort they have to spend watching their messages show up on their phone. They probably spent the most time waiting and hoping that something was happening before actually looking.
This is pretty neat. You can actually control your notifications if you have a rooted phone without the need to change to another app. There’s a little icon near the top right of your screen that shows you which apps have notifications, which you can turn off if desired. The buttons are a little difficult to find at first, and I found using the home button instead of the home button on my side to be a little faster. Once you get used to it, it is a pretty neat little feature.