Useful widget that does its job, blends in nicely and has some extra features! The widget does its job and the additional customizability features are a nice bonus. You can change skins and add buttons along with other details to fit your needs. Unfortunately, the widget cannot directly control mobile data (toggling mobile data just opens settings), but that is presumably the fault of Android as this behavior also occurs with similar apps, so I would let that go.
This app is wonderful: greatly useful and highly customizable. I use it primarily as a shortcut to set a longer display timeout when the "smart stay" doesn't work, but it has a lot of other functions, which saves you from installing multiple apps/widgets that do each one thing. I also appreciate that it has no ads. Bug report: the Airplane Mode toggle returns an error "Application not found" on Samsung S3, Android 4.3.
We REALLY need to be able to add icon scaling. Currently on a widget with say 6 icon or so you have two,options. Normal or HUGE both of which are either too small or too big and won't match your home screen icons so the widget looks crappie. Please ad this feature....it's been age as since a decent update. Also some toggles stay on or off if you toggle it from the pull down,or from settings..that's a bummer and needs fixed. It's been like that for a couple years still.
Indispensable I use the notification (& lock screen) widget dozens of times a day and have on every device since making the switch to Android several years ago. It's worked perfectly through each new OS version, and I truly can't imagine my phone without it. This is the first utility I download after getting a new device. I'd gladly pay for it, but (amazingly) it's free with no ads. What's not to love?
Custom Quick Settings tiles feature is awesome! Didn't find the need for this before as Android had quick toggles, and the idea of adding a notification to use it drew me away. Now with Marshmallow and the app having been updated, this is no longer a concern as the app allows the creation of custom tiles be integrated into the stock quick settings section. This is a killer feature as the app now feels like it's part of the system itself and not having its own notification removes clutter.
So far good but can be better... But I didn't find the Data Usage Toggle if its there.....and would u please can create an option to choose from notification or hovering screen with floating button cuz I like this as it is in apus, they can hold much bigger no of toggles without closing your current Activity from recent app list or pausing it
Custom QuickSettings tiles for Android M
Various optimizations and improvements
Fixing some translations