The Android notification is basically an applicationlet which displays a time-sensitive popup message when any of the application icons are clicked on the touch screen. Basically it provides a short description of every pressed icon so that the user can know what has been happening. This allows the user to take action in response to the popup, or to hide it altogether. Android notifications are one of the key features in Android applications.
There are two main ways to create notifications: from a c# script or from an iOS device. For long term compatibility and portability, it's better to use a c# script for Android notifications as Android devices have different memory architectures (and screen sizes!). A common error in Android notifications is missing icons and this can be fixed by updating the default Android device manager to match the device type. To update the manager, run the Android device manager and select "ui" tab then select "ui settings", click "omniaode".
You can also download ios notification extensions for your Android device. These extensions are downloaded straight to your phone and change the default behavior of the Android system when it comes in touch mode. You may need to set up the extension according to your own preferences; Google ios notification Center provides instructions on how to do that. Most of the default ios notification themes and visual designs available in Google ios notification Center are free but if you need additional images, layout changes or additional functionality you can buy individual images or themes from the Android marketplace. Alternatively you could compile or download several of notification themes, modify their layouts and share them with friends.