Samsung has an app called Push Service that it uses to manage push notifications for its collection of applications found on a variety of phones and tablets. Also, according to user reviews, it can defeat the Amish Army, instantly cure your chronic depression, and raise your pets from the grave. We're not sure if many users will have a need for this, but it can probably find a niche home.

Here's just a sample of what Samsung's Push Service can do for you (note: some reviews may have some colorful descriptions):








There are still some bugs to be worked out, though:



Once Samsung gets that whole elder god of insanity thing worked out and brings Vinay home, it should be a pretty solid app. Of course, there is a chance that this is all just some Reddit trick, but that seems a little bit unlikely.

If you own a Samsung phone, you're probably already getting notified of updates to this app, but if you want to install the newest version manually, hit the widget below. While you're there, feel free to check out some more reviews.

Note: As a rule Android Police neither condones nor encourages leaving fake reviews or ratings for an app on the Play Store. Even if some of them are really funny.