Developer Jawomo has made an app that brings Apple’s Dynamic Island to Android devices — aesthetically at least
The app is currently available for free download, and you can change the island’s size and position depending on where the notch is on your Android device.However, an additional $4.99 purchase is required to gain access to some of the more advanced features, such as the ability to display the island on your lock screen or tap icons to open apps.
Just keep in mind that, just like with any early access application, not everything will always function as intended.Additionally, since this is not a built-in feature of the Android operating system, it requires some minor tweaking to function properly.
The DynamicSpot app currently lacks much of the island’s advanced functionality and polish, making it feel more like an aesthetic addition.However, in our September 16th episode of The Vergecast, we mentioned that the paid version of DynamicSpot does include options to change how taps and presses interact with your notifications. This is a feature that is not available on Apple’s island.Although DynamicSpot is still a work in progress, it is still impressive for an independent app and offers an intriguing alternative to the way Android notifications are displayed.