PLEASE TURN OFF THE BLASTED LOCKSCREEN NOTIFICATION!!! good grief. its running. we get it. you should obey system settings for notifications. otherwise, glad. you're back in play.
No option for shortcut to toggle between 2 modes after recent update
The app is indeed very very good, but usage is kinda not intuitive and user-friendly, especially because of the wordings. The wordings throughout the app are too long, not intuitive and even can get confusing. Dev probably wants to avoid confusion by using long wordings, but contradictively, the long wordings create the confusion.
Per-app settings are good. Notification settings not so much, e.g. you can't change the priority, and turning it off makes the service unreliable. Most importantly, it keeps changing my global setting for no apparent reason.
Per app rotation is really nice to have. There is one thing that annoys me.... The rotation turns off when I pull down quick settings and I have to exit then re enter the app in order to get the forced rotation to work again.
Needs two things to be perfect. I can't use the "floating head" option because it prevents me from clicking on things directly underneath it, unlike the competition where the head appears briefly when you attempt to rotate the phone and then disappears. This would also not be a problem if the floating head could be moved around the screen, but it's locked in the upper left corner where it interferes with other menus. My other quibble is that it's all too easy to reset to factory defaults. When you click the reset button in the settings clock face icon there should be an "Are you sure? Confirm or cancel" option. I haven't yet figured out how to make a restore settings backup, so this is been a real pain for me on several occasions. Still I bought the app, and I'm glad I did. Great piece of work.
- Improved notification and stability.
Preparing for a reboot! Till then, enjoy all new Rotation.
Most features are FREE forever!
* Use Rotate on demand to learn hidden apps (set any orientation) to make them visible in Per App Settings
* Lollipop: Enable Rotation from App usage settings OR Advance settings > Advanced algorithm > Permission
* Go to Rotation > Per App Settings > Rotation and select Behind orientation so that there will be no conflict with your other apps.