Floating Apps

Real multitasking on your Android!

Countdown

Mastering the Countdown

Floating Countdown is a handy tool with tons of possible uses (i.e. setting one while cooking and being able to read a recipe in the browser). It has several features which we’d now like to introduce. By default, you can find it in the Applications menu, accompanied by an hourglass icon. Once you launch the floating…
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Floating Apps - Custom music player

How to use a custom music player with Floating Apps

Floating Apps already contain a feature for playing music. However, some users can prefer an external music player (i.e. one they paid a lot for). Whatever reason they may have, the solution is super easy, it only requires the player of your choice to support widgets, and we will show you how to get it…
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Why the notification cannot be disabled on Android 8?

The most recent version of Floating Apps has come with improved support for Android 8. It’s now compiled against Android 8 SDK and so it must respect changes made by Google. And there are two big differences we must consider – changes to floating windows and background services. Changes to floating windows Android doesn’t know…
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Floating normal apps

QA: floating installed apps with freeform mode

We are receiving a lot of questions related to floating normal/installed apps, so we’ve decided to introduce the feature also here in a form of a QA blog post. How does floating normal apps work? Floating normal/installed apps is available from Floating Apps 4.4 and it works on Android 7 and newer. It’s a hidden feature…
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Free-Form Mode, Android 7

7 cons of the free-form mode

As you may know, the so-called free-form mode is a hidden feature available from Android 7 that allows floating of normal (installed) apps. It’s built into Android, but it’s made inaccessible by Google by default. Floating Apps helps to enable and access it, but there are still a few catches. Let’s have a look at…
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Floating Apps - free form mode / floating normal apps

How to float installed apps with freeform mode?

Floating normal/installed apps is available from Floating Apps 4.4 and it works on Android 7 and newer thanks to so-called freeform mode. It’s a hidden feature of Android platform that is inaccessible by default. It’s not provided by Floating Apps and we only help you to enable and use it. Let’s have a look at this…
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Beautiful analog clock over MirrorLink

With Floating Apps for Auto, you can do a lot of things, that were not possible previously, on the infotainment of your car using MirrorLink connected device. Now, you are not limited to just certified apps and you can use many of features available in Floating Apps. However, some users want one single thing –…
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Floating Apps for Auto - MirrorLink

Complete Guide: How to use Floating Apps for Auto in your car

Thanks for buying Floating Apps for Auto! Let us guide you through the process of connecting it to your car and using it on the infotainment over MirrorLink technology. Introduction… First, it’s essential that MirrorLink is supported both by your car and your phone. Second, you need some MirrorLink certified app to be installed. There…
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Floating Bubbles

How to configure different bubbles for floating apps?

Floating Apps 4.3 has introduced custom themes and Floating Apps 4.4 has added floating bubbles that can be customized in themes. Let’s have a look at what we can do with it… I often use the floating browser, it’s running all day on my phone and it’s usually minimized. It would be better if its bubble…
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Floating Applications

How to configure new Applications?

Floating Apps 4.4 brought new Applications. It’s more like a floating control center now as it allows to access also notes, lists, counters, bookmarks, files, installed apps and more. Do you know that you can configure it for your needs? It comes with preconfigured colors and tabs, but it’s easy to change them. There is…
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