More than just an option in a settings menu, Frost’s account switcher is right in the drawer. You are one tap away from switching accounts, and everything refreshes on the switch so that you can view other accounts instantaneously. Furthermore, the notification service will fetch notifications from all accounts, and will let you know which account has the new notification.
Frost contains an overlaying web browser that can be drawn on top of your foreground task. Open links and notifications with a full screen view, then swipe away to get back to your previous task.
Built for lollipop and up, Frost focuses strongly on a beautiful and functional UI, and embraces material transitions and dimensions.
Frost integrates additional features via long presses. Need to copy a block of text or share a link? Long press the text. Need to zoom into an image or download it? Long press the image.
Frost is community driven, and many tweaks are added to address minor inconveniences and give a full native experience, despite being a web app.
Frost takes advantage of Android’s Job Scheduler, and lets the framework decide when to run background services. Frost therefore doesn’t need to constantly run in the background, nor does it force your phone to stay awake.
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