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When your mobile phone is in your pocket, you can accidentally press any one of its many buttons. This can initiate a process like calling someone or texting someone or simply opening up a battery consuming application. To prevent this from happening, modern phones all come with support for a lock screen that prevents operations resulting from accidental button pressing or screen touching.

But these lock screens often keep you in the dark about the notifications that your phone is getting. You might be informed of the basic notifications such as the number of missed calls or received text messages, but application-specific notifications are usually not shown. Here to help owners of Android phones in this department is the app called LockerPro Lockscreen.

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LockerPro Lockscreen is a user-friendly phone application for smartdevices running the Android OS. The app is sized at nearly 1 MB and runs on devices with Android version 4.0 or later. The app displays a lock screen that includes notifications from other applications. Your lock screen can show you a ribbon for each application notification such as DropBox, Gmail, Whatsapp, missed calls, and received text messages. You can control which application’s notifications you want displayed on your lock screen.

You can swipe the ribbon to the left to dismiss the notifications and you can swipe the ribbon to the right to launch that particular notification. The app has a free version and a Pro version that includes details of the notification within the ribbon. For example, for text messages you can read what the message is.

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  • A user friendly phone app.
  • Compatible with Android devices.
  • Shows application notifications on your phone’s lock screen.
  • Let’s you select which application notifications are displayed.

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  1. EricE
    January 22, 2013 at 9:28 pm

    Does this app replace the built in lock screen, or if the built in lock screen is enabled (say, through a mobile device management solution that forces the system lock screen) will it show and then this app as well? If so, that's not much of a solution...