Fundamental Flaws Overall a good app that does what it claims on the box. Great customisation features allow user generated visual style which is a lovely touch. Unfortunately this app suffers a fundamental flaw whereby if a notifcation is dismissed from the dropdown menu instead of from this app, the app will continue to hold the notification until phone is restarted. This has been demonstrated when interacting with android 4.3 with a touchwiz overlay.
Useful and customizable Been using Missed It! for a couple of years as part of my customized desktop with Lightning Launcher. I've had no trouble making it match whatever layout I choose. Some oddities with Twitter that I haven't been able to work out (Missed It double-reports Twitter notifications) but Gmail and SMS work great. QUESTION TO DEVS: Any chance you'll be updating to include Google Inbox notifications?
Works well Missed calls, sms & gmail work perfectly. Other notifications use the Android accessibility service so, while they trigger as expected, they do not reset to zero when read on another device. However this is an android issue & not the fault of the app. The option to display icons would improve an already excellent app.
Awesome! Just what I needed. It's simple, functional, beautiful and easy to use. Two complains, though: could use less ram and when I receive a lot of whatsapp notifications, it often counts less than it should -- yes, I changed the options to "count all events" just after trying "add new value". It didn't work.
Partially works It's still buggy, it still doesn't completely work with man y apps. For example, with the Facebook messenger app it says I have 52 notifications that won't go away while I have none.
hmm nice idea and looks but it is very buggy, wrong values were shown, i got one msg, it says 2 and so on, suddenly it does not work either, please fix this, thx (5.1.1 / cm 12.1 / moto g lte)
** IF YOU'VE PROBLEMS AFTER UPDATE, REBOOT YOUR DEVICE! **
Cards-based user interface.
Direct support for AquaMail email client.
Different counter reset modes (only for Android 4.3 and later).
Application elements can show additional information.
Notification filters (only for Application elements).
Shared Elements include fully customizable output strings that other apps can use.
Backup for application settings and Shared Elements.
Send anonymous reports about application usage and crashes.