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Sliding Messaging and PushBullet Both Receive DashClock Support

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Two of our favorite apps received updates within the last 24 hours that brings support for another favorite app of the moment, DashClock. Both PushBullet and Sliding Messaging now include extension support for the hottest lock screen widget of the year. In Sliding Messaging, you’ll see an unread message count that can be tapped to launch into the app. PushBullet’s extension shows the number of pushes you’ve made to your device along with a preview of your most recent push. When tapped, it launches into the list of recent pushes.

Other than DashClock support, Sliding Messaging brought in a new grey text color option, option to use Android Emojis, better handling of messages, speed improvements and bug fixes. PushBullet now plays your default notification sound when pushes are received and should have less bugs.

Any other new DashClock extensions that we haven’t seen?

Play Links:  PushBullet | Sliding Messaging Pro

  • Nice cameo of the Blazers hat Kellen!!

  • DC_Guy

    When in Sliding Messaging going to get group texting?

  • Justin Barrett

    Wunderlist just added DashClock support as well.

  • Paul

    Is slide messaging fast yet? Last 2 times I installed it, it was still sluggish. I had it use all my texts so it seemed to be slowing it down.

  • James_C_L

    Is mms supported yet in slide Messenger?

    • Justin Barrett

      Pro version.

  • gk08

    How do you get battery state on dashclock? I can’t seem to find it.

  • Wallpaper, please ;D

    • tersus icon pack. buy it

      • Joshua Koslakiewicz

        I have tersus and do not see that wallpaper.

  • John Burke

    Sliding Messaging just keeps getting better & better!

    • Fattie McDoogles

      Whats so special about it? Doesn’t it do the same thing the stock app does except you can slide between your conversations.

  • Ken Bosse

    wish this would work on 4.1. This app seems awesome

  • Silver Veloz

    I just started using PushBullet. Quite handy.

  • KleenDroid