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Nebolax announced the development of Aave Alarm, an open-source mobile app designed to track Aave positions and alert users of low health factor and potential liquidations. The app, expected to be completed in three weeks, will support multiple addresses across all Aave-supported chains and provide detailed breakdowns of supplies and borrows, aiming to improve user experience and mental health.
The community has been buzzing with the announcement of Aave Alarm, an open-source mobile application, by Nebolax. This innovative app is designed to track Aave positions and alert users of low health factor and impending liquidations. The primary goal of Aave Alarm is to alleviate the stress of constant health factor monitoring, thereby contributing positively to users' mental health.
The app boasts a range of features, including the ability to track multiple addresses across all Aave-supported chains. This includes both Aave V2 and V3. Users will be able to see a detailed breakdown of supplies and borrows for each address, along with aggregated statistics. The most significant feature, however, is the app's ability to notify users of critical events.
The development of Aave Alarm is expected to be completed in approximately three weeks. Nebolax has opened the floor for feedback and feature requests, encouraging community members to contribute their thoughts and ideas in the comments section and on Twitter1. This initiative is a testament to the community's commitment to improving user experience and mental health.
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