Too limited I guess the idea is to make it impossible to use until you pay by forcing you to only use the system swipe upper left. Can't even try it out that way. Even upper right is a system swipe, though not used as much, so if that is all I get by paying, it is not worth it, need to have other swipes.
It's the best out there, but lacks customization I love the simplicity of Sidebar. But I wish it had some more customization features, such as: 1. The ability to organize icons on the sidebar; 2. Resize the actual sidebar to be shorted or wider. Some issues I actually have are when adding the app drawer icon to the sidebar, the app shutdowns and needs to be restarted, as well as some lag I experience when trying to open the sidebar. I am using the Samsung s6 edge. A great app, if these features are added I'll buy the pro version :) thank you!
Has potential. Somewhat buggy. This app really needs a folder option so it's easier to group asps. Also, there is a bug where the edge-swipe zone keeps moving by itself. I find this out when I try swiping and nothing happens. Opening up the preferences shows that the edge-swipe zone is now some other place.
Where is the support? How do i get a hold of the developer? If I have an issue with the app not working properly there should be an email link in Google play! There isn't one? Does anyone know how to get a hold of the developer?
Keeps getting killed by system! You know that in app settings we can turn them off anyway? Even in 4.3. Killed by system too easily... Notifications has nothing to do with it. Other apps survive!
Works well but lacks key features Key features which in my opinion would complete this app would be to implement an icon arrangement function, dynamic icons to show when a system toggle is enabled/disabled i.e. Auto-rotate, and finally have an option to keep the indicator between pinned apps and running apps even when the interface has been locked. It's unfortunate because this app is very lightweight, much more so than the other apps of the same kind.
- New tutorial
- Refreshed backend and UI