Paranoid Android Halo Notification Switcher Gets Demoed

What are these guys going to come up with next? First Paranoid Android was known for the hybrid layout. Allowing you to use the tablet interface on your phone. Then came per app colors, then Pie. Now we have Halo's which are basically chat heads, except on steroids. Last week we checked out an early build of Halo for Paranoid Android and it was still pretty beta since you could only see one notification at a time in there. Now we are seeing that it can indeed handle multiple notifications in the video down below.

It's all handled through a double-tap and some scrolling. Man does it look awesome. I guess it's fair to say that Paranoid Android is going to be number one on our Custom ROM Rankings coming up soon. Unless CyanogenMod can get Android 4.3 working on devices before then.

Check out the video down below. They go over how to use Halo's with multiple notifications. All I can say is, I want it now. But we'll have to wait a bit longer to get our hands on it. We'll definitely be doing a quick review on it in the near future with all these new features. I definitely hope that Google implements some of these features into Android 4.3 or even Android 5.0 further down the road.

How many of you are running Paranoid Android? What do you think of the Halo, Pie, per app colors, and hybrid features? Are they definitely game changers? Let us know in the comments down below.

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