This is an app I made when I was 17 in 2018 as a joke for a Computer Science class. Sham allows the user to fake notifications with the intent to gain social influence. The application allows the user to create fake notifications. During a random or automatic (set by the user) amount of time the set up notification would start buzzing their phone. The user can customize the app icon of the notification (ie. social media logos / real people) to simulate a real text or message notification. The user could also press the spam button located at the bottom right hand of the opening recyclerview. This would spam the users ringtone, spam random set notifications from the users list (these were saved to a simple arraylist), and finally spam the corresponding notification sound or text message ringtone. All assets were produced by me aside from the stock photos of the people seen in the screenshots and the fire png file. The introduction screen was not created by me and taken from a tutorial linked in the associated class and xml file. This was only because I needed to quickly produce an introduction for the app in a short time frame. Sham was originally published on the Google Play store in June of 2018; however, taken down due to compatibility bugs. These could have been easily solved; however, I lacked motivation to fully complete the project as it started off as a joke and I truly only made it to get a better grasp of Android Studio.
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