Need functioning menu button I killed my menu, home, and back buttons on my Galaxy Note 2 doing a screen replacement. I tried a couple of other soft key enablers that were good. I purchased this one because the others lacked a menu button, which is what I need most. So I was disappointed to find this menu button doesn't function. If the menu worked, it would easily be worth 5 stars. Without it, though, it's disappointing to pay for functionality others provide for free.
The Best! By far, this is the best and most versatile button bar that I have tried. I had an issue with the icon appearing in the notification area, so I emailed the developer. He sent me a test version the next day and it worked perfectly. The change is now in the new version 2.9.4. Great support!
Overall, its good. I really like this app. It creates these cool buttons that are like softkeys that I can use to navigate around my Samsung Galaxy s4. I like: The customizable buttons. The actions they can do How you can place them wherever you want. I hate: No option to make it look like real softkeys. Yes I do know this is not supposed to look like softkeys I just wish it did!
I've been using this app from the very beginning, pro version that it. Unfortunately, for some unknown reasons, it's been crashing constantly on all my devices, namely, Note3, One plus One and Moto G.
Best app for full screen! I have tried (and bought) lots of apps to allow me to run my devices full screen and this one looks the most promising. In fact, I think this is how the system bar and notifications bar should have been implemented in the first place! There should be a background color/picture with transparency independently set from the icons, as sometimes the icons are the same color with some application background. What I'd like to see in the future is the ability to add custom actions (apps and shortcuts) and customizable icons or themes. Also, you should be able to drag all the way to the desired side, not just along the currently selected side. IMHO, recent apps should always show the "Recent Apps" icon, not the last app icon and just run this action, without also switching to the last app. Add a different button for this. Also, if you can add a visual cue on top of the notifications icon *and* the pullout button, to show that there are in fact notifications (with the possibility to exclude notifications that are permanently shown), you will be the best :-)
It saved my broken phone The a lot! But can't call context menu wo root access. That sucks.
• Added option to disable foreground service. Uncheck to dismiss the permanent notification in 4.3+ but have higher chance of app being closed at low memory