ONE of the iPhone 14's most coveted features will soon be available for Android users.
Thanks to a free third-party app, Android users will be able to get their own version of Apple's Dynamic Island.
Dubbed dynamicSpot, the app is currently being developed by Jawomo.
The app is meant to bring the revolutionary software of Apple's Dynamic Island to everyone.
What is Apple's Dynamic Island?
Designed by Chan Karunamuni, Dynamic Island serves as a hub to access shortcuts on your iPhone 14 Pro, such as Uber rides, messages, and phone calls.
The new feature appears when the phone is unlocked and includes an on-screen animation that expands when it is used.
Currently, dynamicSpot is in beta testing and not yet available to the masses of Android users.
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However, when it is available, it will feature some of the best parts of Apple’s Dynamic Island and also offer some customization options, Xda-Developers reports.
With dynamicSpot, users will be able to set up which type of notifications they want to show up on their screen.
They will also have the option to change the tool's location position, and size.
A pro version
A basic version will be free to download, while there will also be a Pro version, which offers more features.
Should users opt for the Pro version, it will set them back $4.99 – though it's unclear if this is a monthly or one-time fee.
One of the features for the paid version includes giving users the ability to show the dynamicSpot on the lock screen.
Other features include gaining access to 'single tap' and long-press actions.
Jawomo is a popular Android app developer.
They are responsible for the AOD notification light apps, and the Bixby button remapper, per XDA-Developers.