Don't Bother Update in response to the dev: I can long press on the notification area toggles to access the relevant settings area. As to the battery percentage you do realise there is an option to display that in the status bar? Original: As others have said this adds nothing new as everything it can do can be done from the notification bar complete with no ads. And the devs usual comment of 'try that with one hand on a 5" device' makes no sense since I can open the notification bar with one hand on my Samsung S5.
Now that swipe is working better, it would be helpful to have music settings included in this app, on/off/pause and forward/backward songs. That would be 5 🌟 I have an app with similar functionality that I can pull down on the top left, which works consistently. I tried every position & left/right swipes to the next page, anywhere up top pulls down the native settings bar this is supposed to replace, bottom up was the best position but after 2 or 3 attempts stops working unless you open the app again & repeats. Then it starts swiping pages to the right as well. If this worked correctly I would improve my rating. Edit: working more consistently from swipe up pos.
Could be way better A paid settings shortcut? Really? I've been using a free app very similar to this and it actually turns on/off mobile data and other useful things like flashlight, calculator, etc. Rarely do I ever just turn off WiFi, I turn on mobile data at the same time, so your app offers no advantage whatsoever. Visually and accessibility wise it's very nice, but are you planning to actually add on/off functions to the buttons rather than just shortcuts?
Flashing Light Ads Prohibitive I don't know what exec or flunky thought that brightly flashing ads at the bottom of the settings page would be a good idea - but he should be fired. Looked like a good app. I'll never really know, though, because the flashing lights were so annoying I uninstalled it within minutes.
Adds quick access, but not much else Tried it out as an "appoftheday" (remove ads), but on a 512MB RAM device, everything must earn it's place in RAM. The slide-out settings pane is neat, but does this app justify it's 7.8MB RAM usage out of the meagre amount left on a 512MB - NO. On a 1 or 2GB, the convenience would be worth it, but the normal settings are not that far away. Finally, on a 7" 800x480 tab the icons & text do not come out very well. I will score it one major plus point - the volume settings ... didn't know there were that many, but if I can find them some other way, I'll take the point away. Standard... 1, Music, games & media - 2. Notifications - 3. Alarms This: Music Ring (=notification, but ganged to it here) Notification Voice call (=music) - not ganged, not available, but this device is not a phone System (=music and ganged) Alarm DTMF (=music and ganged) I remove the point I awarded for volume versatility
Doesn't like Marshmallow I used this app on my Note 3 and it worked well. But on my Nexus 6P it locks the notification volume to the ringer volume. This is not helpful. I need to leave the ringer active when I'm sleeping in case of emergencies, but don't want to be disturbed by notifications all night.
- New: Added a switch for the system settings.
- New: Added a window that shows where the sidebar is located at and how to open it
- Improved: Reduced the size of the app by 10%
- Improved: Removed the permission "ACTIVITY_RECOGNITION"
- Fixed: The mobile network switch now opens the right system preference window on Android 5.
- Fixed: Removed the silent mode on Android 5 (Lollipop), because of the new priority mode.