Minimum Requirements: Android OS 4.0 and up <!–more–>
No more Home Button. No more reaching to the status bar.
And, now it is possible to use your big phone with only one hand!
Five most useful actions!
1, Go back to home screen
—-Save your weary fragile home button.
2, Show recent apps
—-Save one second wasted on long press.
3, Pull down notification
—-No more reaching to the far notification bar.
4, Play next track.
—-One swipe to play next track even if you are in a full screen game.
(Only works on certain music play, has been tested on Poweramp, and stock Music Play)
5, Open any other app
—-You could open you most used app in one action!
6, Open app shortcuts
—-Go directly to where you want to
Five Amazing customizable swipe gestures!
1, Swipe up
—-Swipe up into the screen from the outside of bottom center screen.
2, Swipe far up
—-Swipe up into the screen from the outside of bottom center screen and go over 2/5 height of the screen.
3, Swipe up down
—-Swipe up into the screen from the outside of bottom center screen and continue swipe back down outside the screen.
4, Swipe up left
—-Swipe far up left into the screen from outside of bottom center screen.
5, Swipe up right
—-Swipe far up right into the screen from outside of bottom center screen.
Check out the video to feel the easy and clean swipe gestures!
Swipe Home Button is compatible with any 4.0+ devices! Including your Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3, Galaxy S2, HTC One. However, this app is not suitable for device with virtual buttons.
In addition, This app has a tiny footprint. Not a single unnecessary permission is required.
Free your Home Button with gestures!
1, This app may hinder touching space bar while typing. The workaround is touch the upper part spacebar, disable "improve sensitivity" if possible, or use a IME that has a bigger space bar.
2, No back button and menu button support, because those need root permission.
3, This app is not suitable for device that solely use virtual keys.
4, Swipe Home Button has been tested with Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3, Galaxy S2, Galaxy Note 2, and HTC One. However, I can not assure other device can use this app.
1, With Android 4.1+, you could even hide the icon in notification pull-down by unchecking "show notification" setting for Swipe Home Button in your phone's application manager. On Android 4.0 device, the icon in notification pull-down is required to keep the swipes working.
2, Every swipe should start from outside of the screen. The swipe don't need to be fast.
3, Because of this app you may need to press upper part of your space bar when typing. The lower part is occupied by this app.
4, Combine with other "Lock Screen" app can achieve lock screen using swipe.
To HTC One user:
I am aware of the problem of the black bar. but sorry I didn't find a good solution. However, any development help will be appreciate.
What's New in this version:
Add tap on detection area vibrate switch.
Open App Shortcuts.
Option to change detection area height.
Two more swipe gestures.
For Back and Menu button, I am still working on it. However, any technical insight will be greatly appreciated.
If you like this app, a five star rating will be appreciated.
Swipe Home Button Screenshots:
if you enjoy this Swipe Home Button please consider buying the original pro version from market to support the development
DeadTimeX 16 Jul, 2013
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