Apex Notifier

Apex Notifier

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Apex Notifier is an extension application for Apex Launcher Pro (2.3+) and DashClock Widget (Android 4.2+). It provides notification data to those applications and does nothing on its own.

NEW: Apex Notifier now supports Android Wear devices!
Check the battery level of your phone straight from your wrist. There's no need to take the phone out of your pocket just to see how much battery is remaining. When an Android Wear watch is connected to your phone, a battery card appears on the watch that shows you the current battery level and charging status. To set up, just launch Apex Notifier on your phone and turn on Battery > Show on Android Wear. To customize the experience, you may control when the battery card shows up (e.g., when not charging or the battery drops below a certain threshold). You'll also find options to show additional battery information like health, temperature, and voltage.

When used with Apex Launcher Pro, unread counts will show up in badges on application icons. Please enable Apex Notifier in Apex Settings > Notification settings.

When used with DashClock Widget, Apex Notifier displays useful information from various sources. Please enable Apex Notifier in DashClock Extensions > Add Another Extension > Apex Notifier. You may enable up to 5 extensions for DashClock.

Supported Apps
• Missed Calls
• Unread SMS
• Calendar Appointments
• Gmail
• HTC Mail
• Samsung Email
• K-9/Kaiten Mail
• Battery Level
• Stock Email
• Google Hangouts (Android 4.3+)
• WhatsApp (Android 4.3+)
• Google Play (Android 4.3+)
• Google Voice
• Starbucks

• Unread SMS provides the number of unread messages, not unread conversations.
• Gmail unread count requires Gmail version 4.0.5 or higher.
• If you update Gmail or install K-9/Kaiten Mail after installing Apex Notifier, you may have to re-install Apex Notifier to get proper permissions.
• You do not need this extension for Aqua Mail. Just turn on external notifiers in Apex Launcher Pro, and you will see the unread count badge.
• Battery level will be displayed in a numeric badge on Battery apps (the Settings app by default) in Apex Launcher Pro. Some battery settings (e.g., status, time, details) are only applicable for DashClock.
• Notification data for Email, Google Voice, and Starbucks are retrieved from widgets. Please set up your account in those apps first. Depending on how often each app refreshes its widget, data may not be updated in real time.
• Features listed under Labs are experimental and may stop working in the future.
• When used with Apex Launcher Pro, please install Apex Launcher before installing Apex Notifier.
• Apex Notifier only works with official versions of Apex Launcher Pro (2.3+). Please do not ask for support if you are using a modified or pirated version.

Feature Requests
For now, only apps listed above are supported. Integration with additional apps may be implemented in the future if there is official API or public content provider.

Developers: Apex Launcher Pro also supports notifications from other apps. Please check out the notifications API at http://goo.gl/NC8EO

Tags: apex notifier, calendar widget notifier, notifier for hangouts.

Recently changed in this version

Apex Notifier now supports Android Wear devices!

Just enable "Battery > Show on Android Wear" to check battery level of your phone from your wrist. Enjoy!

* New background for battery card on Android Wear
* Added Dutch translation
* Updated translations

Comments and ratings for Apex Notifier
  • (64 stars)

    by Ty C. Denton on 21/08/2014

    Unfortunately, app doesn't support the stock email client on the LG G3.

  • (64 stars)

    by John-phillip Saayman on 20/08/2014

    Does show for whatsapp and Facebook as well as missed calls. However I also think this app might have been making my apex experience slow

  • (64 stars)

    by Jeffrey Jocsak on 18/08/2014

    I use ExDialer, Maildroid, Textra and do not get notifications on any of them.

  • (64 stars)

    by Joe Peel on 15/08/2014

    I can only get consistent notification badges on Gmail. Really disappointed from the support (or lack thereof) when I emailed the developer. I've been an Apex user for over two years, but currently looking for a new launcher.

  • (64 stars)

    by Amir Amiri on 14/08/2014


  • (64 stars)

    by Scott Methling on 13/08/2014

    Must I use certain apps for messages like hangouts witch sucks BTW and not handcent?

  • (64 stars)

    by Dylan Oliver on 12/08/2014

    How do I get the battery info to work?