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Bar Launcher: How to create a shortcut for apps in the notification bar

The notification bar is one of Android's most useful functions, but like almost everything on this operating system, it can still be optimized. After showing you how to recover deleted notifications, today we will explain how to create shortcuts to your favorite apps in that bar.

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<p>The very simple process, made possible by the free app called <strong>Bar Launcher</strong>. It creates a secondary bar in the notification bar. This tool is compatible with almost all current devices, and the only requirement is to have <strong>Android 4.0</strong> or higher (it does not require premises either).</p><div class=

You can download Bar Launcher at this link.

How Bar Launcher Works

After installing and opening the app, you will see a very simple interface. By clicking on the blue + button you can add applications (up to the limit of 8), and in the upper right you can enable or disable the bar.

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The Bar Launcher interface could not be simpler. / AndroidPIT
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<p>If we add an app by mistake, we just have to drag it to the right and it will disappear. To reorder apps, simply click and hold the app and move it.</p><div class='code-block code-block-4' style='margin: 8px auto; text-align: center; display: block; clear: both;'>
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 left the app menu, and right the bar with the apps. / AndroidPIT
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<p>In addition, you can create multiple lines in your notification bar. Click on the three menu points and you will see the option <em>Add row</em>.</p>
<p>Finally, in <em>Settings </em>You can change some parameters like the wallpaper and the priority of notifications or applications.</p>
<p>Have you tested the app? Know equivalent tools?</p><div class='code-block code-block-5' style='margin: 8px auto; text-align: center; display: block; clear: both;'>
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