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Topic # 84665 4-Jun-2011 18:38
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http://modmyi.com/content/4542-apple-hires-jailbreak-developer-notifications-likely-suck-less-now.html


Looks very promosing! The current notification system gets the job done, but boy does it get in the way. The amount of times i have had to prevent myself screaming back at my MSN friends because they interrupted another Angry Birds session!

Im waiting on the iPad2 JB before i can get back into the JB scene, does anyone here have experience with the Mobile Notifier addon?
 




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  Reply # 477859 4-Jun-2011 21:32
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I use opennotifier (jailbroken). It gives you options for status bar icons relating to various notifications.

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  Reply # 478282 6-Jun-2011 19:02
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I use the notification system shown above on my iPod touch, its great to hear that apple have employed him, hopefully it will become integrated along with the iOS framework as sometimes push notifications are extremely intrusive when playing a game or in a call.




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