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Microsoft is getting ready to rip off the notification center that Apple ripped off from Android

10
Feb
2014

If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Google is definitely blushing right now. One of the key features Apple introduced alongside iOS 5 was the Notification Center, a panel that aggregates notifications and other information into one simple list that can be dragged down and revealed from the top of a device’s screen. Sound familiar? That’s because the feature was unabashedly “borrowed” from Android. Companies “borrow” from each other all the time of course, and it looks like another major mobile platform maker liked Android’s notification interface so much that it decided to “borrow” it in an upcoming software release. According to leaked images posted by Windows fan blog Winphollowers, Microsoft is getting ready to debut a brand new “Action Center”

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