Simple Works great and is easy. Just long-press search button and it toggles auto-rotate function transparently (short-press still gives you the current applications expected functionality). If you are laying on your side and the screen rotates to landscape unwantedly, just long-press search and it flips back to portrait. Also, each time you long-press search button you get a small on screen message for 2 seconds saying whether auto-rotate is being toggled "on" or "off", so you always know where you are at. Thanks.....
THANK YOU In an attempt to reduce my phone to a single home screen and lock screen, I needed a way to turn on/off auto rotate via an app and not a widget. Basically needed to get it in a folder if at all possible. This fit the bill perfectly.
Fixed Nexus 7 2013. I had big problems with auto rotate in any direction disabled by badly written apps, (and professional ones too). I have to reboot to restore it. Nexus 7 has auto rotate button anyway but this app seems to repair the bug bad apps leave behind. Well nice one!
Broken on Jelly Bean The Jellybean update to the Sprint Galaxy S2 puts the Voice Command in the long hold of the search key. So i cannot quickly turn on/off autorotate anymore. I tried an uninstall and reinstall but did not work. Needs an update so can work again! It was so useful before!
Very small but very functional It solved my trouble in reading during dining. I couldn't hold the phone square enough to keep the screen from rotating erratically.
Awesome Sometimes the auto rotate gets annoying, problem solved in 1 step. Rather than go through 10 steps in settings, sometimes I can't remember where to turn it off in settings.
• Rewrite core codes to make it work much faster.
• Fix launching problem in some devices (e.g. Evo)
• Additional way to launch:
Long-pressing Search Button (not work on Defy & device without search button)
• 0.5s faster than v1.5
• Screenshots captured in Android 2.3 Gingerbread