With the appearance of a new cutout in the iPhone 14 Pro screen, Apple has very successfully turned a flaw into an interesting “feature”. Android smartphones have long had similar cutouts (except smaller due to the lack of additional sensors for face scanning), but in no way involved them in the system interface. Of course, this hasn’t stopped third-party developers from trying to do something similar themselves.

The dynamicSpot application allows you to get an analog of Dynamic Island on Android smartphones. It will help with multitasking for individual cases of notifications, music management, etc.

The application will allow you to adjust the position and size of the “island” according to the specific cutout of the smartphone. And it will be managed in the same way as Dynamic Island in iOS: one tap will open the application, and the delay of the finger on the cutout will open the widget. It will also be customizable, something iOS doesn’t currently allow.

Of course, it is worth remembering that this is a third-party application and its work may not be perfect for all available models of Android smartphones. Various cutouts and features of the developers’ own additions to the system may interfere or not “dock” with the application.

But if everything comes together, then such an application can slightly improve multitasking and add something new to the user experience.

You can try dynamicSpot for free, but you will have to pay $4.99 to get the full functionality of the application. You can download it from the Google Play Store at this link.