Works on Android 6.01 A95X Nexbox tv box. I wish it could simulate other gestures like a 2-finger swipe to pan the screen. I'm finding some apps that require this gesture to move the view around (ex. Pocket Universe). Like other reviewers have noted, this app is a big help for using an Android TV box. I wish developers would put an input type check in their apps if touch is their primary way for the user to interact and provide on screen controls if a mouse is attached. Dev, thanks for this great app!!
Please can you tell me if the trigger can moved to some other location... Im using it because a specific part of my display is dead.. Please let me know
Great for TV Box This is a very useful app for someones who connect a TV box to TV screen to surf internet. I sit about 6’ away from TV on a couch with wireless mouse. As that distant many web sites too tiny to read, need a zoom. With Kitkat Android one can zoom in/out by triple mouse clicking, but that seems no longer work with newer TV box with Lollipop Android. Thanks Assistive Zoom comes to the rescued. Assistive Zoom is simple to use but with great features. The zoom button can be relocated, the shape and size of the button can be changed. 5 big stars!
Assistive Zoom is one of the most useful Android apps I've found. Coupled with a Logitec M535 mouse, which has a button for recent apps and scroll wheel left click for the back button, you'll never have to touch your screen again. Assistive Zoom doesn't need a ton of ram and works flawlessly. Cudos to the devs for this, it makes Android even more compelling as a desktop replacement.
Removed unnecessary permission
Fixed crash issues