How to get Dynamic Island on Android smartphones?

All you need is the DynamicSpot application

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iPhone 14 Pro lineup disrupted the global smartphone market and people all over the world are quite convinced to buy the device for the dynamic Island feature. The functionality has completely changed the game for Apple. However, affordability is always a concern when you are going to buy an iPhone. That said, if you are an Android user, then apart from affordability, there must be a lot of reasons why you don’t want to switch to an iPhone.

However, what if I tell you that you can use the Dynamic Island kind of feature in your Android smartphone too? Yes, I am serious and here I am not talking about the upcoming Smart Island and Dream Island for Xiaomi and Realme respectively. Now, coming to the point, there is a new application, Dynamic Spot, available on Google Play Store that can be used for getting the Dynamic Island-like functionality for your Android smartphone. Here we will explain how you can get the Dynamic Island-like feature on your smartphone without any issues.

How to get Dynamic Island on your Android smartphone?

  • Open the Google Play Store on your Android smartphone and install the DynamicSpot app. You can get the application from this link in case you are unable to find it.
  • Now, tap on the Next button and then you will have to allow all the necessary permissions to the application.
  • The app settings page will open up where you can change the dimension and position of the island auto hide small pop-up.
  • The Dynamic Island in the smartphone has been set up successfully now and you can use it without any.

Note: The application also has a premium version which allows you to access Dynamic Island while the smartphone screen is locked. You can purchase the premium version of the same by paying an amount of Rs 99. While testing, the application was working completely fine with calls, Spotify, WhatsApp and other applications.

Nishit Raghuwanshi RudraNishit Raghuwanshi Rudra
A career journalist who spent three plus years playing around with smartphones, associated apps and more. As a hobby, Rudra enjoys researching mobile games. When he's not busy in the world of gadgets, he is busy with a paper and pen writing poems or engaging with his growing digital audience on the Hindi rap circuit.

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