The tech giant unveiled its new iPhone 14 series. The series consists of the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus (a new addition to the series and a replacement for the iPhone Mini version), iPhone 14 Pro, and, on September 7, the iPhone 14 Pro Max. Apple also revealed its impressive and eye-catching feature called “Dynamic Island for Samsung Galaxy S20 FE” now supported by this model (SM-G781NK, SM-G781NK22, SM-G780F, SM-G780F/DSM, SM-G780G), which this time makes excessive use of the pill-shaped notch.
The regular iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus still have the annoying notch like the iPhone 13 series, but this time the size of the notch is comparatively smaller. The iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max come with a pill-shaped cutout that gave birth to Dynamic Island for Samsung Galaxy S20 FE. Due to this, Dynamic Island only has support for these two variants.
Ever since Apple launched iPhone 14 Pro models with a dynamic island to hide the front-facing camera notch, developers have been busy trying to emulate the feature on Dynamic Island for Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Android phones. Earlier, MIUI developers managed to get Xiaomi phones running on Dynamic Island. Realme is also asking users if they want this feature. However, if you can’t wait to try out Dynamic Island for a Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Android device, you can now thank an app called DynamicSpot from Jawomo (h/t XDA Developers).
The multitasking tool lets you access recent notifications or phone status changes via a floating island at the top of the screen. Once set up, a DynamicSpot surrounds your Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Android phone’s front camera by default, but you can also change the position of the floating bar to your liking. This can be useful for users with larger phones.
We installed dynamic spot on a Samsung Galaxy S20 FE and it worked as intended. Yes, the animations aren’t as smooth as what Apple offers, but there are plenty of customization options that let you choose what kind of notifications you see, resize the island, and show two pop-up notifications at once when they come. There is a $4.99 pro option that unlocks additional features and functionality working on Dynamic Island for Samsung Galaxy S20 FE, such as the ability to see DynamicSpot on the lock screen.
Keep in mind that you have to give the app full accessibility controls when setting up. This means the app can access and control everything on your phone’s screen. It may also track your interactions with apps or hardware sensors and interact with apps on your behalf. The developers claim that they do not collect user data and do not share your information with any third parties.
What is Dynamic Island?
For the audience that doesn’t know about Dynamic Island, it’s a feature that creates an excellent hardware and software implementation on the new iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max variants. Displays all information about running applications in minute format. It includes fascinating features like multitasking – shortcuts, music playback, ongoing calls, etc. The “Hit the Island” game powered by Dynamic Island is also available for iPhone 14 Pro.
Can Dynamic Island for Samsung Galaxy S20 FE feature?
Yes, Android users who wish to have Dynamic Island for iPhone 14 Pro on their smartphones can get almost the same taste with the “Dynamic Spot” app. Although there were many previous apps like Smart Bird, Dynamic Spot gives you offers almost the same. functions like on the dynamic iPhone island. It replaces the multitasking Dynamic Island of the iPhone 14 Pro series for your Dynamic Island for Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Android device.
The DynamicSpot app brings Dynamic Island to your Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Android phone
The developer name of Dynamic Spot is Jawomo. Dynamic Spot gives you a mini-multitasking Dynamic Island that makes it easy to access the latest notifications. It is a free app available on the Google Play Store with a size of less than 3 MB. With this, Android developers once again proved that there is no need to spend $999 (if you don’t have the money) for a feature when you can get it for free.
Read First: Dynamic Island for Samsung (SM-G781NK, SM-G781NK22, SM-G780F, SM-G780F/DSM, SM-G780G) Galaxy S20 FE for installation.
- You can now install an app from the Google Play Store to add a Dynamic Island for Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Android phones.
- The app is called DynamicSpot and gives you a number of customization options for the floating island.
- It’s free to download but also has a Pro version that unlocks more capabilities.
It is also available for the app version for $4.99 if you want to try it out. It has an advanced level of customization options, unlike the standard one. However, Dynamic Spot is still in beta and may suffer from some bugs and issues. The respective developer is trying more and more to make the app more stable and to make it an extraordinary experience for all the users who use it. The app is also ad-free. So it’s a fantastic app to deal with and meets our requirements for using Dynamic Island for iPhone.
Features that Dynamic Spot provides:
- Support for timer application.
- Music application support.
- Customizable interaction. You will be able to have a number of customizations. (This is the cherry on top because you can’t customize the interaction on Apples Dynamic Island).
- Music control such as Play/Pause, Next/Previous, and touch panel search.
How to get Dynamic Island for Samsung Galaxy S20 FE?
Step 1: Install the DynamicSpot app from the Play Store.
Step 2: Open the app and click “Next” to go to the permissions page.
Step 3: Set up the app by following the instructions below:
- Select apps: Choose which apps can activate the pop-up window.
- Notification Access: Required to recognize incoming notifications.
- Draw on screen: Required to display a floating popup window.
Step 4: Tap “Done” at the bottom of the screen.
Step 5: Go to Popup Settings > Dimensions and adjust the size and position according to your phone’s notch or pill.
If you want to experience Apple’s Dynamic Island feature, you can try the Dynamic Spot app on the Google Play Store, which is available for free. It also has other features like many customization options, unlike Apple’s Dynamic Island which is available on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max variants. However, you can’t get the optimization and implementation that Apple provides with their Dynamic Island.
So if you want to experience Apple’s Dynamic Island for Samsung Galaxy S20 FE Android 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and Android 13 devices, go for it. Let us know what you think in the comments section below.