Get Google Voice alerts on your Android 4.2

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Google’s Android 4.2 release lets you put widgets on your lock screen — and as more developers embrace the feature, it’s becoming increasingly useful.
A relatively new app called DashClock is arguably the best use of lock screen widgets we’ve seen so far. DashClock lets you add slick-looking custom notifications to the Android 4.2 lock screen — and the coolest part about it is that it’s infinitely expandable: In addition to its native notifications, DashClock supports third-party extensions that provide notifications for everything from Twitter to your phone’s battery status.

Now, you can add Google Voice to the list. A new DashClock extension called AnyDash lets you put Google Voice alerts — as well as notifications for many other applications, like Google+ and Google Talk — onto your DashClock widget.

Want to give it a whirl? Here’s all you have to do (and remember, this requires Android 4.2+)…

Get Google Voice alerts on your Android 4.2 lock screen [via blogs.computerworld.com]

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