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Power Shade: Notification Bar Changer & Manager
Written by Hassan Abbas

Power Shade: Notification Bar Changer & Manager

The notification bar is, without a doubt, one of the most frequented places on our smartphone. We are constantly returning to the upper area of our device to quickly activate or deactivate many of the features that populate our Android terminal. Hence, there are many apps that help to give a special touch to this privileged place. Power Shade: Notification Bar Changer & Manager lands on Uptodown giving a spectacular look to the notification bar, allowing us to customize it to our liking.

Power Shade: Notification Bar Changer & Manager

We are not witnessing the birth of the wheel when using Power Shade since we have already seen similar features in many Android applications. But the Tredydev app has a number of advantages that allow it to be at the head of the peloton: it has a very eye-catching and easy-to-use design, and its customization options are quite powerful. We can touch many parameters with which to change the color of our bar, one of the notification cards, the opacity that it will have or the location where we are going to place it. Because yes, this custom bar is located to the left or to the right of the screen.

Power Shade: Notification Bar Changer & Manager

Moving between the different options menus of Power Shade is a very simple task that every Android user can do without problems. Of course, it has several customization options disabled to which we can only access if we pass through the box. Something that has not sat well with many users, since this app has a quite remarkable resemblance to another app from the same developer: Material Notification Shade. Both applications seem exceptional in their use, so it is already up to the tastes of each one to choose one or the other for their smartphone.

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Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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