Edge Gestures

4.5
3.5K reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Now you can do something quickly just by simple gesture on the screen edge.
Supports many different gesture types: Tap, Double tap, Long press, Swipe, Swipe and hold, Pull and slide, and Pie controls

* Supported actions:
1. launching an application or a shortcut.
2. soft key: back, home, recent apps.
3. expanding the status bar: notifications or quick settings.
4. scroll to start. (Android 6.0 or higher)
5. power dialog.
6. adjusting brightness or media volume.
7. fast scroll.
8. toggle split screen.
9. switch to the previous app.

The edge area also can be customized for thickness, length and position.
And this app requires only the permission that are needed!

* This app uses accessibility service to implement some features.
Updated on
19 Dec 2021

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4.5
3.5K reviews
Zach Lunsfor
27 April 2022
I love this app, have used it for years with LG V30, Pixel 3/5/6pro. This Android 12 update broke one gesture - recent apps. It works fine from the home screen but when in an app, and with multiple apps running, it moves back several apps like it's scrolling, instead of just opening and not scrolling. All of the other gesture options are working great as usual, just opening recent apps (while in an app with multiple apps running) scrolls several apps back instead of showing the most recent app.
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Abby Fuller
8 November 2020
I recently upgraded from an older pixel to a new one, and thus upgraded to android 11. Most of the review will be for android 10, but a quick note about using it on 11: It is now unusable for me for two reasons, one of which likely has nothing to do with the app itself. The first reason it's unusable I suspect has to do with Google removing the immersive mode in developer options that used to allow me to set my own gestures and hide the navbar, and removing it has seriously hindered some apps' functionality. The second reason is that it only sporadically works; I can get one gesture to work once (opening a pie menu from a side button), and once that's displayed once, it no longer works until I force stop the app and then restart it. I'm actually very sad about this because it's such a useful app. If this turns out to be user error, I'll update the rating and this review. However, up until the android 11 update, this was an essential app for me. It's amazingly useful, allowing me to get the most out of my phone and customizing gestures that the stock system will not allow for. You can set gestures to open a pie menu (clicking a button will allow you to open a menu to launch apps, or go to the home screen, or ... quite a lot of things, really), set left, right and bottom gestures that do different things depending on what you do on those edges, like setting a long-press on the left edge that goes back, or a press-and-swipe gesture that opens a particular app, or a double-tap that turns on night mode. It's amazingly useful and I really hope that I can get this to work again soon.
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A Google user
20 September 2018
Great app for controlling your device quickly and efficiently. I am wondering if there is a way to correct the issue with opening an app, I am getting a delay message occasionally saying "delayed by Android system for 4 seconds". I'm assuming it's a limiting security feature in the operating system (pixel 2, Android 9.0). Besides that it's always been great, highly recommend
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ChYK the dev
21 September 2018
For security, Android does not allow for 3rd party apps to launch another app for 5 seconds just after you come back to the home by the home key. So, you cannot launch immediately an app from this app just after coming back to the home. Thanks.

What's new

- fixed some issues on Android 12
- fixed some bugs