Tag: Floating Windows

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How to disable Floating Apps’ notification?

Floating Apps is based on a long-running background service and those are required to show a notification. Many of you would like to get rid of it, and such an option was available in previous versions of Floating Apps. Then, Android O has changed the rules and we had to remove it. On newer versions…
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Version 4.11 – a few changes, a lot of fixes

Version 4.11 is important for Floating Apps for Auto as we skipped 4.10. It was too unstable, and the added value wasn’t so significant to overweight it. For 4.11, we spent a lot of time testing it, improving tutorials and functionality. What started as an almost identical clone of original Floating Apps is now its…
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Version 4.11 – new Floating Apps for Auto

Version 4.11 introduces a lot of changes for Floating Apps for Auto. We’ve made all of them to streamline the user interface as much as possible and make using Floating Apps in your car faster and easier. So, what’s new? Running installed apps on your infotainment is now as simple as a single tap; the…
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The insider insight

Previous personal post “Where is the next update?” motivated me to share more background information with you. From first sight, it seems like Floating Apps is just a mobile app, and there is nothing else than developing new features and fixing bugs. There is a truth in this – Floating Apps is indeed a mobile…
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Where is the next version?

I was quiet for some time. That doesn’t mean that Floating Apps is not on its way to the next and better version ;-). However, it’s not only about fancy new features. I invest a tremendous amount of effort to keep the codebase up to date. For example, I’ve finally migrated the app to AndroidX.…
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Browser: Advanced Tips

Now these advanced tips will really pave the way to an seamless and smooth browsing experience: Did you know that you can get the most out of your Android’s navigation buttons when using the browser or any app? Just open the floating apps and go to the sidebar and select ‘apps’ then just go to…
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Enabling the free-form mode for Samsung Galaxy S and Note with Android 7, 8 & 9

After many months of testing and with experience from answering thousands of emails related to Floating Apps for Auto, we’ve found the optimal configuration for your Samsung Galaxy S and Samsung Galaxy Note devices running Android 7, 8 or 9 to use with our popular MirrorLink hacks. Before proceeding with enabling the free-form mode, please…
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The difference between FA free, full and auto

Free vs. Full – These versions are almost identical – built-in apps, features, the free-form mode, etc. work the same way. The free version is ad-powered and doesn’t come with Wifi Manager, Contacts and Google Map. Also, the full version includes all buddies. And that’s all. No more differences. Free/Full vs. Auto – The situation…
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Version 4.10 is out!

Hello everyone, the next version of Floating Apps is out in the wild! What’s new? There are numerous changes to the floating browser, so it gets its own article. The backup/restore feature is also improved and there is a post with more details on the topic. There are also changes to the floating clipboard app…
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Version 4.10 – Improved browser

The floating browser is the most frequently updated app, and version 4.10 follows the trend and brings new features as well. Tabs have been changed the most – they come with separate close button for each of tabs as opposed to the single close button known from previous versions. However, you can still use “Single…
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