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One thing I do miss about my blackberry was a single list of all my communication. I went to "Messages" and I had texts, emails, bbm, chat, notifications, everything all in one list. With a few email addresses, texting, and other apps all notifying me, it's great that I have the notification bar about new messages, but when trying to find something I got just a few days ago, it's hard to remember if it was an email? which email? text? etc

Is there a similar app that combines all communication into a single list?

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closed as too localized by t0mm13b, Liam W, Zuul, roxan, ce4 Dec 24 '12 at 5:17

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Closed as too localized? How is this a narrow situation? I'm sure lots of people would love a solution to unify their messages into a single interface. – CaffGeek Feb 4 '13 at 15:41

Sony has software on their Android devices, called Timescape UI, which does what you're looking for, unfortunately it's only for their phones. I've had a look around and can't find any alternatives.

If you look in the market, Timescape has a load of plugins - it's such a shame they don't open it up to the Android community as a whole.

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Timescape is proprietary to Sony and thus not opened up, cannot fault them for that, look at HTC Sense, Samsung's Touchwiz, Motorola's own, its their manufacturer's way of adding polish to their handsets. So -1 from me for the answer as that does not really answer the question :) – t0mm13b Dec 23 '12 at 16:23

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