The app is called dynamicSpot and gives you a number of customization options for the floating island.
It’s free to download but also has a Pro version that unlocks more capabilities.
Since Apple launched the iPhone 14 Pro models with a Dynamic Island to hide the front camera notch with information, developers have been busy trying to emulate the feature on Android phones. A MIUI developer previously managed to get a Dynamic Island working Xiaomi phones. Realme is also asking users if they want the feature. But if you can’t wait to try out Dynamic Island on your Android device, you can now do so thanks to an app called dynamicSpot by Jawomo (h/t XDA Developers).