Similar as with other apps that create a permanent notification: notification can disappear after a while when screen is off, and does not reappear until app is brought foreground again. Not sure if measuring is affected while notification is off. Have to exclude app from doze to keep notification in place.
I wonder if you would consider reducing the height of the graph sections, to allow more to be seen of individual app usage, or a separate page just for that alone. As is, it’s hard to scroll only three high showing. You could have a switch in the header to go from graph to list view perhaps?
I think if you enable Android’s night mode, your notifications will be black. I could be mistaken though. We will look at making custom notifications in the future if it’s possible to safely to so with different OS versions. Thanks for your feedback.
Glasswire Elite 2.0.115 on Win7 & 10 systems.
Glasswire for Android 1.2.303r on Moto G3, Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 and Insignia NS-P10A8100.
Unlike the Windows Firewall used by Glasswire, Android doesn’t have a firewall for GW to use.
Assuming you’re building a firewall for GW4A, I request:
• Make two apps. Keep GW Monitor as is only and make a GW Monitor/Firewall.
• If a one-off app, make available the option to 100% disable the firewall and fully test there is no conflict with the paid version of AdGuard for Android. The latter’s WiFi and/or Cellular app blocking, user built domain trust-or-block rules (global or targeted apps) and DNS configurations make for an extremely powerful application firewall without borking all the Android/Google networking dependencies, which are legion as you well know.
Most all network monitoring apps are either worthless or exceedingly complex, Glasswire is the happy medium in this genre. Even though free (Thanks!), I would hate to abandon it should your firewall break, or be incompatible with, AdGuard.