Running Away Have the app disabled in app, notification turned off, have set to not autoboot, and have white list turned off but still this runs in the background.
Great Love it, pure brilliance. But one thing I'm wanting is to just have an invisible centered bar up top so as I can just swipe to see notifications. The corner buttons get in the way.
Thanks! Great on Nexus 7 until I upgraded to kit kat. If you want full screen on kit kat use gmd gesture controls.
Clever app, but needs some improvements. I use this on my rooted Lenovo IdeaPad A10, which has a persistent taskbar at bottom. This has not just the usual set of command buttons, but also has a list of current applications, dynamically updated. And that functionality is destroyed each time this fullscreen app hides the taskbar. When it is 'unhidden' again it has lost both the dynamic app buttons and the normal Back button. Fortunately this laptop has a full hardware keyboard including special android buttons like 'Back', but it is still a loss not to be able to use the dynamic taskbar after exiting from a fullscreen application. So I find this app useful only when doing long stints in fullscreen mode (like when playing RPG games in emulators), so that the extra time to reboot afterwards is just a tiny percentage of the time spent. (Only reboot restores full taskbar functionality.) If not for this problem the app would rate five stars, but as it is I can only give it 3.
Great app with one minor annoyance I really like this app. It works great on my Nexus 4. The only thing is that I cannot get pie at middle bottom. It has to be at a corner as all the other buttons. This is problematic when I have to use the keyboard. Im sort of forced to use LMT Launcher. I sort of miss seeing my notification for some reason they aren't showing (good option would be to allow the notification bar to be visible ). Everything else works great. Works nicely with Zooper widgets. Very happy and will be even happier when I can have pie in the center :)
Still a work in progress. This is a critical review. I enjoy the app very much, but as it is it is not possible to use as a total replacement. I use an LG G Flex D959 and LG has given me features that this app is lacking, plus there are basic features that I feel are necessary: 1) The basic notification is just that, basic. It does not show signal strength or Wifi/data connection which is fairly basic. 2) Toggles. LG has me spoiled with quick access toggles for Rotation, Quick Remote, Data, Wifi, Bluetooth, Location, Airplane Mode..
››› new: Added blacklist for recent apps and notifications
››› improvement: "One-Touch-Pie-Open-and-Control"
››› fixed: swipe to kill not working properly on few devices
››› fixed: long click sometimes ingnored
››› Added swipe to kill apps from recents panel
››› fixed non working back button for some devices
››› minor improvements