Following our pervious post back in March we discuss about N-ify. At the time the module was promising, as it only offered a few feature of Android N as at then which includes: Settings menu subtitles (the descriptions shown beneath the main categories in the Settings menu) and double-tap to switch to the last used app. N-ify developer MrWasdennnoch promised he would add more functionality, and version 0.2.0 of N-ify delivers just that.
The “just updated version” brings three big features that were previously exclusive to Android N preview: the new notification design, the new quick settings, and the new recents design. But there’s more – here’s the full changelog:
- New notification design
- New status bar header design
- New Recents design
- More double-tap fixes
- Use Recents button to
- return to last app
- return to current app
- navigate through Recents
- Option to restart SystemUI
- App theme switch
- About screen in app
- Option to force English app language
- Dutch, Farsi, French, Korean, Polish, Russian, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian and Vietnamese translation
MrWasdennnoch is working to add even more Android N features to the next version of the N-ify Xposed module. Which includes quick reply, quick settings animation, night mode and more.
There are a couple of known issues with N-ify 0.2.0: the “clear all” button in recents misbehaves occasionally, and the volume panel and heads-up notifications can be the wrong size on some devices.
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N-ify works with devices running Lollipop or Marshmallow without major OEM modifications. Stock-like devices won’t have any problems, but phones running TouchWiz or LG UX likely will. Root access is needed to install the Xposed module framework.
What do you think about the module? will you give it a try?